Hey guys, I have a few quick questions about how mobile speed cameras operate in NSW. The other day, I was sitting over the speed limit and as I came over the crest of a hill, I spotted a mobile speed camera on my side of the road and slammed on my brakes straight away. This car was only about 100m away from me, but as soon as it saw me, I was on the anchors. My question is this.. seeing as I obviously don't have a license plate on the front of my bike, would he have been able to still get me? I've been searching the forums for days now and I have read conflicting information. Some people claim that the way the mobile speed cameras work is that they ping your speed and take a photo as soon as you come into sight, and they video record from a window out the side of the vehicle with a camera facing diagonally forwards, so that they can cross reference the time the photo was taken with the video footage and find out your license that way. Other people claim that the operator hears a beep to notify him of a speeding bikes and then is required to write down license plate number in a notebook? Other people claim that neither of these methods are used, and that bikes can't be caught from these mobile speed cameras due to a lack of front number plate? I know it was stupid of me for speeding and I normally stay within the speed limits. It is no justification but it was a quiet area of road with no cars or houses in sight and my adrenaline got the better of me. Now I feel like an absolute idiot because I found out later that day that double demerits started that morning and I was roughly travelling at 20km over the speed limit. In my defense, I always scan the roads and there was no sign 250 metres before the camera, only 50 metres before as I came over the hill so I had no warning. I understand that I am probably going to get told off for speeding and I accept that, but believe me, I have learnt my lesson. Even if I don't lose my license somehow, I am NEVER speeding again. I need my license for my job and my uni degree, so I may have just ruined my life and the thought of that has been a massive wake up call.