The overhead one is a bit rare. It’s only on a small section of interstate 90 between Chicago and Elgin. I’ve only seen it in areas around Seattle Washington but those had speed limits like in Germany. The one on i90 is only functional when there’s road incidents telling motorists which lane is blocked.I like your electronic signs, they look fancy while still looking like a traditional sign.
I should be able to make out the plates on the further-out cars in these pics:Clarity of license plate issues? Those plates are clear as day. Probably the best you can get out of a budget dashcam.
As far as reflection, there isn't much you can do short of getting a polarizing filter. https://www.amazon.com/Spytec-A11CPL-Circular-Polarizing-Reflections/dp/B01NAD4MZP
I usually don't have a problem moving over... when there aren't other cars in the left lane.you are such a fucking prick behind the wheel!
you see him coming, fucking move over and give him the space to merge!
Not everyone, just those with yield signs who are legally obligated to give me the right of way and when they are merging onto a major route into my direct path.everyone has to break because you are approaching, but you don't take anyone else into account?
I should've cut off the other car in the left lane closing in from behind?you don't have to slam on the brakes, you have to move over!
there was loads of space behind that kuga...