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aceofspades
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March 24th, 2019 at 5:36:07 AM permalink
Quote: rxwine

*EXCERPT*I don't think you can do this legally.




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Keyser
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March 24th, 2019 at 10:20:58 AM permalink
Quote: EvenBob

Some? Automatic license plate readers have been
around for years. Cities have them mounted at
intersections and they monitor every license plate
that goes by them. Police cars have Mobile ALPR
that read every license plate around them, even
parked cars.

They can go into a Walmart and drive up and down
the aisles and get every license plate in the
parking lot. Parking Authorities in many cities
use ALPR to drive up and down the streets and
it will ping when it sees a license plate that has
parking violations. I was pulled over 3 years ago
because something was wrong with my
plate. It turns out it was a mistake, but the cop
told me his ALPR pinged on my plate and they had
to pull me over.



The automatic reader doesn't notify an officer if it's on the wrong car. It ONLY reads the plate. For example, if you have a plate on your Toyota that actually belongs on your Hummer, the auto plate reader isn't aware.
darkoz
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March 24th, 2019 at 10:37:23 AM permalink
Quote: Keyser

The automatic reader doesn't notify an officer if it's on the wrong car. It ONLY reads the plate. For example, if you have a plate on your Toyota that actually belongs on your Hummer, the auto plate reader isn't aware.



Casinowise they definitely use license plate recognition software

I am aware of casinos reading EVERY license plate that enters the property and those numbers are conpared to flagged licenses from APs and other unwanted players.

The make and model of cars while logged are specifically linked to the plates. E.g. if you switched your plates the same car could be driven onto the property no problem
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March 24th, 2019 at 11:16:45 AM permalink
Quote: darkoz

Casinowise they definitely use license plate recognition software

I am aware of casinos reading EVERY license plate that enters the property and those numbers are conpared to flagged licenses from APs and other unwanted players.

The make and model of cars while logged are specifically linked to the plates. E.g. if you switched your plates the same car could be driven onto the property no problem



Fortunately for you taking the bus makes this a non issue. For the rest of us there are easy solutions.

darkoz
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March 24th, 2019 at 11:46:08 AM permalink
Quote: MaxPen

Fortunately for you taking the bus makes this a non issue. For the rest of us there are easy solutions.



Parking at the bus depot and riding the bus in:)
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Keyser
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March 24th, 2019 at 2:11:31 PM permalink
Some casinos have them, but they're not always accurate because of mud and tints on some license covers.

I like to rely on Uber when out of state for casino entry.
rxwine
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March 24th, 2019 at 2:46:14 PM permalink
In Vegas, a lot of times, it would be possible to park in one casino lot and walk to the one you're actually playing in, if you really need to be unnoticed. (and the exercise wouldn't hurt most people).
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