Time and location for police speed check puzzling for driver

Letter writer questions early morning speed trap at Glenlyon Norfolk School

This morning about 8:15 I drove along Beach Drive by Glenlyon school.

Traffic was bumper to bumper with cars jockying for spots to drop off their kids.

I am certain the fasted speed possible was about five km/h at best.

Yet there were two of Oak Bay’s finest, one with a radar gun and one observing.

Just how many speeding tickets do you think they may have given out considering the snail’s pace of traffic.

I would venture to say none.

Another reason to believe Oak Bay does not want to ticket speeders.

Ray Wilson

 

Victoria

 

 

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