Do the speeding cameras flash when they take the picture of a car that is speeding? In other words, if one passed a speed camera that did not flash at all, does that mean that no ticket has been issued?
We drove very slowly, well below the speed limits for the vast majority of our drive in Iceland as the roads were new, I wanted to be safe, and I am law-abiding. I have never in my life received a speeding ticket, at home or on travel. However, as we entered the Hvalfjörður Tunnel from Snaefellsnes back to Reykjavik, there was a steep decline, which automatically speeded up our car without my acceleration. I put my foot on the brake as soon as I noticed what was occurring, but we passed a camera and our speed may have been as high as 81 kmph at that moment (in a 70 zone). There was no flash. I am such a careful driver and it is worrisome to think a ticket may have been incurred due to this, especially as I was riding the break at the time, trying to slow down due the steep decline!
Any thoughts from anyone here?