Seems a bit excessive to get a video camera mounted onto your scooter/bike…but in Taiwan it might be the smartest thing to do. In Canada I wouldn’t bother with it since when someone hits you and it’s there fault the first thing they usually say is “Sorry about that, totally my fault.” , but here in Taiwan it’s more likely to be “My light was still orange not red…you pay me…pay me now!”
I read about this accident on another forum. A woman riding a bike keeps her camera on most of the time…and just resets it when she gets home. Since every biker has an accident sooner or later…it’d be nice to have clear cut evidence of the other person’s fault when it does happen.
The vid (right click choose save as…) takes awhile:
smoothcurvesracing.com/image … 060210.wmv
Here’s the thread:
socalsportbikes.info/xmb/viewthr … ?tid=34948
Plus if I had a camera on my bike…then everytime I saw a pig (police officer)…I could follow it for a few blocks and within a month or two I’d have hours of footage of pigs breaking the law.