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Author: Subject: Black and white plates VS the computer overlords
Mr Whippy

posted on 31/3/24 at 12:42 PM Reply With Quote
Black and white plates VS the computer overlords

Yeah this was mentioned a wee while ago with the computers not being able to read old fashioned number plates. So here we go, proof that the they cannot even get close to the correct Reg with these types of plates. Just how it saw that number I have no idea. I doubt you'd be able to get away with any nonsense (flouting bus lanes or pedestrian only areas etc) as I bet someone would later check by eye, but maybe not. Failed to read it on the way in and on the way out so had to put the card in the machine.

BAB31 vs CCY815 not even close.





[Edited on 31/3/24 by Mr Whippy]





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jollygreengiant

posted on 3/4/24 at 11:18 PM Reply With Quote
and they even get the coloured street legal ones wrong. It happened to my wifes car once (heathrow T2 I seem to remember), but, it did let us out without putting the card in.





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