you cant say that..Also that is why you have to take a practical driving test that they are very strict on
there was an instance in Canada, where the translator was helping students pass simply because of their heritage, not because of their skillset.
the system isn't perfect and there's gaps that allow people to take advantage.
every time they fix one, another way to circumvent the system appears.
since driving is a priveledge and not a right, none of our constitution claims will ever hold up.
when you accept your licence you are essentially in a contract to follow the laws and rules of the road. speeding is one of them obviously.
break that law, you get fined, break it enough you lose your licence.
since so few have any regard for this, the legislators do what legislators do...and make up new shit. In this case, technology to ensure you follow set speed limits is coming whether we cry about our rights or not.