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Old 12-22-2015, 10:24 AM   #29
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All I know is that movie that plays on my rear-view camera is really boring.......
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All I know is that movie that plays on my rear-view camera is really boring.......
Until you look at it and your trailer or tow vehicle is gone or doing something it ought not be doing, then it gets really exciting really quickly.
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Old 12-22-2015, 06:06 PM   #31
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I'v got four cameras and three screens. Does that mean I get three tickets or Four tickets. Does it matter if they are color or B&W.
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OK let's kill this horse now As it's been said, fight the ticket when you get to court, not on the side of the road where in some states you get shot first
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Old 12-23-2015, 11:58 PM   #33
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I'v got four cameras and three screens. Does that mean I get three tickets or Four tickets. Does it matter if they are color or B&W.
Maybe 7 tickets....
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Which they will in some states that specify which parts of the windscreen they can be mounted on.


This is a simplistic interpretation. Having a TV showing an in-house movie in view of the driver WILL also get you a ticket - and deservedly so.

The law is clearly worded, and uses two different terms, "television broadcast" and "live video". This is a key difference.

"Television broadcast" refers to commercial TV broadcast.

"Live video" refers to CCTV or something like it. Under the law quoted you are NOT in violation by using a lane-change camera.

They are two VERY different things.
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