FATAL FLAW: NYC reckless motorists can keep driving no matter how many speed camera tickets they get

Legal loopholes have allowed some of New York City’s most reckless drivers to pile up tickets, sometimes by the dozen, and stay on the road anyway — until or even after killing or injuring other New Yorkers.

This comes as the overall proliferation of speed cameras across the city in recent years appears to have reduced the incidence of speeding. Yet state law, which led to thousands of new cameras being installed and put into operation, contains a fatal flaw that winds up helping drivers avoid one layer of accountability under motor vehicle regulations.