@mark - exaggerations
Oi! I wasn't the one complaining about exaggeration.
I was only pointing out, to the person who complained about exaggeration, that it was "his" side of the argument who were saying things like "all the time" or "constantly", not us sanctimonious hypocrites (we never exaggerate, ever).
*I* assumed they just meant "quite a lot" or "more than usual".
But, really, I don't care: if you want to drive over the speed limit then do it. But you are breaking the law so expect that occasionally you will be caught and fined.
I suppose you can reduce the chances of that by, as some suggest, breaking the law in another way (false plates etc).
Or campaign to get the law changed. (I neither know nor care what the speed limit "should be".)
Or move to another country where they don't have speed limits (or don't enforce them).
Your choice. But you can't really whinge that you got fined for breaking the law when you knew that was one of the possible outcomes. That is like complaining about getting a hangover after a big night out.