A sports car on a tow truck received a fine for speeding

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The owner of the Alpine A110 from Paris received a fine for speeding, although his car was transported by a tow truck. The police did not pay attention that the car’s auto-fixation camera captured a car without a driver.

The system of cameras for auto-fixing traffic violations sometimes gives very funny failures. In France, for example, a car that was driven by a tow truck was fined for speeding. This was told on the EasyRad Facebook page.

A curious case occurred in Paris in March. The owner of the Alpine A110 sports coupe received a notice in the mail about a speeding fine recorded by a police camera.

The notification stated that on March 12 at 5:39 a.m., the car was moving along the Paris ring road Periphery at a speed of 79 km/h with a permitted 70 km/h. They also sent a photo of the Alpine A110, taken by an auto fixation camera.

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Photo: Facebook/Easy Rad | Auto-fix camera captured a car on a tow truck

The owner remembered that on that day his Alpine A110 was faulty and the car was being driven by a tow truck. Accordingly, the sports car could not exceed the speed in any way. Obviously, the tow truck driver violated the traffic rules, but for some reason, the camera captured his cargo.

The photo clearly shows that there is no one at the wheel of the Alpine A110, and the wheels of the car are fixed with cables on the tow truck platform. However, the Paris police did not pay attention to the error of the auto-fixing system and issued a fine.