Although speed camera tickets have no direct impact on your insurance,7 it's not a reason to drive recklessly. It's crucial to stay safe on the road to keep communities safe and to reduce any unnecessary risk.
The reason ASE cameras don't affect insurance is because when a speed camera is triggered, a ticket gets issued to the registered owner of the car based on the license plate in the photo. Because there's no way for the camera to capture an image of the specific driver at the time of the incident, the offense goes against the plate of the car rather than the person driving it. Since the ticket is not issued to a specific driver, the offense can't be reflected on your record which means it can't impact your insurance premiums.8
This is similar to red light cameras which capture plate numbers rather than the individual driver and also have no impact on insurance. However, if we compare this to a traditional speeding ticket where you get pulled over by an officer, that ticket will be issued to you (the person speeding) which is reflected on your record and in turn, impacts your insurance.