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Didn't think so, the technology is there to read the plate ( if it can ;) ) and then check tax, insurance, MOT, outstanding tickets and known criminal activity with car / registered keeper / assumed keeper. At least I think that's what it does then a police car / bike will pull the offender over and check it all out.

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No nothing like that mate was just watching it and thinking to myself as soon as you step out of your house your being watched by cameras and now thay can watch us while we drive our cars big brother getting a little out of hand or prob just me being paranoid

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Any ANPR systems that I have worked with don't take a picture as such. The "image" of the car is processed and the number read, the only part saved by the system is the number.

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It depends on the supplier of the system, they are less expensive if they don't have a context view (i.e. two cameras, one for the VRN, the other for the scene.). Some manufactures use one camera and provide the context and VRN "patch" through software.

Depending on the application, you would need a scene view or may be not. For just journey time calcs (Traffic Master, HA, Local Authorities etc) you just need the VRN. For average speed camera and other enforcement applications (parking, weight limit and congestion charge etc) you would want the context view to collaborate the VRN details etc. Rarely will the image be good enough to capture the actual driver, but it all depends on the alignment of the camera - what works for ANPR reads may not be the best for actual driver pictures.

Any combination of VRN, VRN image and context view can be saved with the data depending on the application it is used for.

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