There are many ways to communicate displeasure. TheNewspaper.com reports:
Opposition to the lowering of speed limits on departmental roads in France continued to be taken out on the country’s most profitable automated ticketing machines last week. France 3 found the number of tickets issued in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques department has tripled since July, but motorists have fought back by covering cameras with trash bags and posters opposing the new 80 km/h (50 MPH) speed limit on departmental roads.
On Friday, the speed camera on the D619 in Maizieres-la-Grande-Paroisse was destroyed by fire, according to L’Est Eclair. In Peaugres, the speed camera on the RD820 was torched on Sunday, France Bleu reported.
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