Along with jaywalking and cutting the tags off mattresses, running the occasional red can make you feel alive, like some sort of ponytailed, above-the-law Steven Seagal. Unless you're also above-the-debt-collectors, plan your transgressions using PhotoEnforced.com
PhotoEnforced's a Google Maps mash-up showing which intersections have automatic red light cameras poised to rat out minor automotive rebellions. As you'd expect, the map's fully interactive; clicking a traffic cam icon pops up a window with intersection name and ticket cost -- a $300+ fetal moving violation ready to be birthed into the mail piles of uninformed speeders citywide. To keep abreast of John Law, the site's constantly updated by helpful tipsters and users who've been nabbed in their unending race from massage parlor to free clinic
As a bonus, PhotoEnforced's blog showcases red-light-related stories and tips on how to get out of a ticket -- which you can share with friends who get their kicks by recklessly refusing to check helpful, law-avoiding websites.