Drivers in Volusia County, Florida have been taking part in a sort of "headlight driven on-road social network," flashing their headlights to warn other drivers against speed traps. Cops in the county, obviously displeased with the practice, have been issuing tickets for the behavior. Last September, however, a class action lawsuit was filed against the Volusia County Sheriff's Office, claiming that the tickets have been wrongfully issued, causing a number of Florida agencies to cease the issuance of any further tickets.

Sounds like Volusia County is on to something. Maybe a similar network can be established in other cities, warning violators of other laws against getting caught. Hmmm...

via AOL Autos