bigal66 wrote:hi ,i know in the last couple of years around varna there seem to cameras every where,every set of traffic light speed cameras on the outskirt of every road and police with hand held devices.
most signs say 60km but there all wrong and only allowed 50km.regardless.
plus the other 50,000 signs they have put up.
a bl--dy nightmare know ,much prefered the racing track.
problem is you never know when your supposed to do 90, 60 ,or 50.
only been stopped once when apparently went through a stop signal on a roundabout,that was behind a tree on the wrong side to see with no road markings and nothing else on the road.(also trying to avoid the road bollards and a very big hole)with somebody 2ft behind.
also the problem is most of the signs are wrong with stop where it should be giveway and giveway where it should be stop.
i think they must have got a cheap container ship load!!!
neilburns wrote:your very lucky, a lot of Police will make you a problem for not carrying your passport as they dont accept a UK driving licence as proof of identity.
However I have heard of some very naughty Brits when stopped in the street with no passport and asked to produce documents who show theyre driving licences saying they are UK ID cards!
Sozopolsteve wrote:Regarding the speed cameras in bulgaria, There are 2 cameras on the way from Burgas to Sozopol and they both are working, there are also warning signs, if your following the traffic everyone slows up.
The radar warning signs are normally just to warn you the radar cameras and police are active, but the bulgarians normally give you a flash on the lights to let everyone know, unlike the drivers in the uk!
The very purpose of speed cameras et all, aims to increase state revenue. In addition they provide politicians with the opportunity to spend public money to finance the purchase of the required gear.
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