Motorists Against Detection (MAD), the UK's only direct action anti-speed camera group, travelled the country damaging fixed cameras last summer.
What does MAD stand for?
MAD stands for Motorists Against Detection (UK anti speed camera group)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Anti-camera group Motorists Against Detection said: "What the council want is to get people on driver awareness courses, that's a good money earner on the quiet.
But national anti-speed camera campaigner Captain Gatso - who runs his own vigilante anti-speed camera group Motorists Against Detection (MAD) - has blasted the new technology.
A nationwide organisation called Motorists Against Detection led by a figure known only as 'Captain Gatso' claim to have destroyed more than 1,000 cameras since being established in 2000.
Anti-camera group Motorists Against Detection said: "If it was just a deterrent they would have traffic wardens telling you not to go there.
Captain Gatso', the campaign director for protest group Motorists Against Detection, said speed camera operators are "clearly trying to burn money before the end of the financial year".
Motorists Against Detection, an activist group who sabotage speed cameras, believes speeding has increased because the limits are 'archaic'.
Motorists Against Detection an underground group who claim to have destroyed more than 600 speed cameras distanced themselves from Joyce.