I have to chuckle a little bit when people disguise the ways they do something wrong.
Just because you do something wrong quicker, or sneakier, does not make it right.
Case in point. I have the pleasure of driving over the Second Ave. Overpass on a daily basis, and there are two times of day when left hand turns are not permitted. Despite the clearly visible signs, a certain percentage of drivers still make this illegal turn. It isn't the end of the world when someone takes this shortcut, but the way some motorists choose to save a few seconds off their commute is quite humorous. My favourite turning method is from those drivers who make the turn without signalling. It is as if they are not signalling, nobody knows they are making this turn when it isn't permitted. Or at least they are not telling all motorists they are about to do something they shouldn't be doing.
Ironically, one block away there is a radar speed sign where motorists do slow down, in part because there is no way to hide how fast you are actually travelling. There's simply no way of hiding the fact that you are driving a few kilometers per hour too fast, so motorists do reduce their speed.
I guess it's kind of the same reasoning behind the number of motorists who are still talkiing on their cell phones while driving months after legislation came into effect making this act illegal. Just because the RCMP don't see you doesn't mean it is legal.