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Traffic laws can catch us all off guard now and then resulting in a speeding, red light or a traffic ticket for phone or maybe a seat belt infraction. Stay up to date with all the current news about things that are happening in and around Winnipeg and the surrounding area relating to you, your vehicle and fines. When ticket expert Radar Rodney sees something that can save you money or help you avoid a ticket it will be posted for all to see. Learn from the ticket expert, avoid the high fine areas of traffic violations, be reminded when to be on your best behavior and stay up to date with changes in laws that can affect you. Follow Radar Rodney your ticket expert for all the news related to traffic violations and speeding fines. And remember, If you do get a ticket call Radar Rodney (204.997.3754) for a free consultation and SAVE.
New provincial offencies act to be introduced, legislation unfair to motorists. Retired police officer Rodney Bolianaz discusses the testing of radar devices at a Winnipeg coffee shop on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016. If you ever get a ticket give me a call (204.997.3754) or send me an email for a free consultation.
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I phoned up Rodney Bolianiz, better known as Radar Rodney of Radar Rodney Traffic Ticket Services, for some guidance. He was with the Winnipeg Police Service for 27 years and had some good advice to offer. If you got a ticket give him a call (204.997.3754) or send him an email for a free consultation.
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Radar Rodney Bolianaz takes a drive down Portage Avenue with CBC’s Kim Kaschor to investigate some conflicting road signs.
Construction zone failing grade means a possible speed trap. Watch out, don’t let a failing grade construction zone cause you a ticket. If you get a ticket I can help, contact me today.
Conflicting construction signs means a failing grade or possible speed trap
It feels good to be able to help people out.
Check out the great article written by Winnipeg Free Press columnist Gordon Sinclair Jr.
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Always remember that a simple ticket that you just go and pay can lead to bigger problems down the road. So avoid potential costly points against your license, money out of your pocket and lost time by contacting Radar Rodney Traffic Ticket Services in Winnipeg today.
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Just a friendly reminder to watch your speed this summer as you go out and about to enjoy the nice weather. The East St Paul RCMP have recently acquired a new ProLaser 4 to monitor your speed. This handy little gadget can be used within a range of 10 feet to 800 feet I am told. Unlike traditional Radar the laser can easily pick one vehicle out of a group. So if your heading out near Grand Beach, Bird’s Hill Park or venturing towards Lockport for a famous hot dog be on the alert because the RCMP will be looking for you. Either you watch your speed or the RCMP will watch your speed, and trust me they will see you long before you ever see them this summer.
Watch Your Speed, Fast Food Can Be Costly
A fine for simply being 10km over the limit could set you back $181.50!
How do you avoid red light cameras in Winnipeg?
The best way is to be informed. I always like to keep everyone informed as much as possible, whether I am talking to them at a function, out for coffee or on my website and Facebook. The other day, while surfing the net I found this great article produced by CJOB’s Kim Lawson, here is a snippet about what she wrote:
Smile! Especially if you’re at Main Street and Logan Avenue.
680 CJOB has been crunching the numbers.
During the first six months of this year, more red light camera tickets were given out at that intersection than any other in the city. 1,535 to be exact.
Second on the list – Bishop Grandin at River Road. 1,395 tickets were given out there from January to June.
Further behind in third, fourth and fifth respectively are Kenaston Boulevard at Corydon Avenue (860), Grant Avenue at Wilton Street (856) and Portage Avenue and Mount Royal Road (804)….”
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Thanks Kim and CJOB for doing a great job reporting.
Traffic laws seem to change almost as much as technology. To keep you up to date with the latest rules and regulations in Winnipeg that effect your driving I have created a new Facebook page. This way you can inform your friends as fast as I inform you. My page will be filled with a whole variety of things, some traffic related and others just general interest but always linked back to you, the road and driving. So join me and tell your friends. Friend Me On Facebook.