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Frequent lane changing within the measured zone may help to avoid detection because you are actually increasing the overall distance that you are travelling (thus reducing your average speed over the measured distance) - which would kinda render the whole effort in exceeding the speed limit rather pointless.
The extra distance trvelled by changing lane would be miniscule, if any at all.
I have heard the lane changing theory before a couple of years ago - so I'm sure they've ironed out the main flaws.
Has anyone had a ticket from an average speed camera?
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