Once upon a time there was a "road safety advocate" who set up a "Road Safety" organisation called "SafeSpeed"
They had a series of interesting little "ruses" to avoid speeding fines.
The most distasteful was that it is uncommon for the families of the deceased to cancel the licenses, so if you trawled the obituary columns and found someone recently deceased then you could claim they were driving your car. Out of respect for the bereaved the Police were unlikely to investigate! Also with careful choice they recommended choosing single people as there was then no-one to deny
Putting tape on your number plate to alter the numbers and then if caught claim "local kids" did it as a joke
Getting your elderly relatives to retain their licenses to take your points as they didn't drive anyway
Paying students to take your points as. they needed the money and probably didn't drive
Safespeed's view on the disabled was also interesting:
“I can't think of a good reason why a disabled driver is more entitled than anyone else to a town centre parking space. Sometimes the able bodied person might not be able to park at all because the stupid council has designated too many bays for disabled use. Sometimes there might be six disabled bays all empty. Should an able bodied person walk "a long way" because six disabled folk might turn up?
What about equal parking rights for everyone on a first come first served basis?
... I REALLY don't understand disabled driver parking spaces. Why should a disabled driver get special parking privileges? It's a tiny step along the dangerous path of crippling the rest of us down to the same level as someone less fortunate.”