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Post  Admin on Wed Oct 14, 2009 5:19 am


Once again, we have been inundated with e-mails over the past week or so, since our last e-mail update. We have found that there has been an interesting balance this week between further reports of revenue raising by the police and feedback and success stories from our Members. There were way too many e-mails to include them all in his update so what we have done is provided links to the most important stories and we have put a number of new Testimonials up on our Testimonials page - - so please take a few moments to read over them.

You will note that we have feedback from people who have won simply using the 3 step letter process and also those who quickly and easily won their cases in court, using our information. In fact, we have added 5 new Testimonials – including two from the same person for two different fines – just in the last week!

Anyway, onto our headline story where a police officer has finally admitted something that we have been telling Members in our e-book all along – that police will use the same reading on a hand held device to book numerous motorists. You can read the full story for yourself below:

This is precisely why we tell all our Members that they MUST ask the officer whenever they are pulled over “Can you please show me where, on that device, it shows my vehicle speeding?” Of course, they can’t do that and that is a very important question to get on the record. For other vital questions to ask and equally important, things not to say, please refer to Chapter 2 of our e-book.

If you’re not yet a Member then please go to our Memberships page - - and join up now. Just knowing the right questions to ask when you’re pulled over or knowing how to instantly deal with a camera fine you receive in the mail can be the difference between saving your licence or losing it. On top of that, all the invaluable information that our e-book covers in regards to the laws not being correctly enacted, devices not complying with the requisite Commonwealth laws and the myriad of issues inherent to all speed detection devices, will all serve you well for the rest of your driving years. Remember, once you become a Member you receive updates and support for life!

Speaking of inherent errors with speed detection devices, here’s another story that shows that their own independent testing shows errors with their own equipment -

But wait, there’s more – much more! Here is a story of a 4 month investigation conducted by Channel 9 that showed 568 faults over just 117 speed cameras -

The 2nd last paragraph says it all – 4 years and $246,000 just to get all the paperwork for the reports on maintenance and accuracy of speed cameras! Now, we know we’ve said it 100 times already but we will keep saying it until everyone gets the message – speed cameras are fundamentally incorrect and only occasionally get it right not the other way around.

It dos not matter how carefully you drive or how far below the speed limit you drive at, with this many errors you will almost certainly receive an unjust and incorrect speeding fine at some point in your life. The best thing you can do is ensure that you are armed and prepared with our information before you get a fine so that you are in the best possible position to defeat it, quickly and easily.

Motorists are constantly bombarded with ridiculous messages like “Speed cameras save lives” and “Speed Kills”, yet the statistics prove that this is simply not true. Please take a moment to read over some of the facts and figures for yourselves on our Vision for the Future page - and also on our on-line petition page - http:/ /

Here’s another story that proves that what these agencies would have us believe – about speed being such a major factor in accidents – simply doesn’t add up -

Now, obviously, we do not in any way condone someone driving at excessive speeds, such as 50 km/h over the limit but, if anything, that just goes to further prove our point. If 550 motorists were booked for speeding and “Every K over is a killer” – or so they would have us believe – then where is the report of hundreds of accidents and deaths in this location? Especially given that people were detected at allegedly 50 km/h over the limit.

Here are only two possible answers, either none of these motorists were actually exceeding the speed limit – but were detected as such because the equipment is fundamentally flawed – or speed isn’t anything like the “killer” they would have us believe it is. The truth is that speed has almost nothing to do with accidents but it has everything to do with raising revenue!

Speaking of raising revenue, have a look at what they’re up to now -

Now, someone, please explain to us how this is about anything other than blatant revenue raising. Where is the crime? Who is the victim? And, how does any of this impact on Road Safety? What a joke!

Hopefully, the language in the following article will frustrate you to the point of deciding to follow our system, fighting back and never paying an unjust traffic fine again -

This line says it all – “Officers already issue a fine a minute on average, earning $1 a second for city coffers.” – yet now they’re being bullied into issuing even more fines that have absolutely nothing to do with road safety.

Seriously, how much longer are we going to just sit there and accept this? How many more people need to receive unjust and unlawful fines before the motorists of this country finally take a united stand and say “Enough is enough”? Our goal is to get every person to fight every unjust or incorrect fine they receive. Sure, it takes a bit of work but look at where we are headed if we don’t!

Finally, one of the key factors that our e-book explains, in detail, that relates to almost ever single traffic fine - whether speeding, parking or red light camera – is the fact that none of these devices comply with Section 10 of the National Measurement Act 1960.

Almost every state will try and tell their motorists, in one way or another, that this section of the law is not relevant. Now, our e-book explains exactly why it is relevant and why they must take notice of it. We provide actual case history where a Supreme Court Justice states “In my opinion, Section 10 of the National Measurement Act must be complied with when measurements are taken for any legal purpose. The language of the section is in clear and imperati ve terms.”

For some reason, we get more people from Queensland, than any other state, saying that these agencies ignore this point when it is raised. So, why then do the Queensland Police refer to this very Act themselves, on their own website?

Please read Section 6.2 entitled “References to Legislation” on the following link -

The fact is that, like all the information that is detailed in our e-book, this point is correct and valid, as are all the strategies that we cover for beating unjust and unlawful traffic fines.

So, there you have it, further proof that all these fines are just about revenue raising and, it’s getting worse. So please, do yourself and everyone you know a huge favour; read over our Testimonials page to ensure that you’re comfortable with the proof that our information works exactly as we say it does, become a Member and then pass this e-mail and our details onto everyone you know. Together, we can make a difference!

You may have noticed that we now have bumper stickers and business cards available for all those who want to help spread the word and don’t forget, if you join our affiliate program then you can actually get paid for simply passing our details on and helping people save their licences! Please see our Affiliates page - - for further details.

Our affiliate program is free to join and if anyone wants bumper stickers or business cards then please just e-mail us your postal address and we will send some out to you.

As always, thanks to everyone for their continued support and, stay safe out there!

The Team at Aussie Speeding Fines




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