Jon Spangler – Alameda – CA

Bike-mounted videos are accurate representations of the sequence of events involving cyclists riding in and as traffic. The quality of video available from a modern GoPro or similar video camera is equivalent to the video available from most law-enforcement-issued dash cams and personal video cameras now in use. They should be admitted in courts of law as valid evidence and used extensively to cite offenders and reduce traffic...

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Will Niccolls – Reston – Virginia

Police and courts are abrogating their sworn duty to uphold the law and protect the public. This needs to change!

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Eli Tizcareno – north hollywood – ca

Mounted video evidence is crucial evidence that supports bicyclists, pedestrians, and other vehicle drivers’ safety when a vehicle driver is endangering others on the road. I was hit by a van on Hollywood/Vermont and still remember that police said that without video or license plates, they couldn’t do anything to find the driver who almost broke my backbone. Courts and police must respect and honor this evidence. We live...

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Andrew Said – Van Nuys – CA

Cyclists face lethal dangers on the roads. Without using this type of evidence to prosecute scofflaw drivers, lives will be lost. I don’t like to see impunity on the roads.

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stephen bingham – san rafael – California

My daughter was killed biking to work in 2009. To reduce the chance of such a collision happening in the future, drivers need to be ticketed for reckless driving when there’s proof of it, regardless of whether a police officer is present. Legislation must require CHP and local law enforcement to consider video proof of reckless driver as the valid evidence it is. Any court would accept it so why doesn’t the...

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