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KELLER (CBSDFW.COM) – Traffic officers in Keller said that they depend on radar, video and laser technology for accuracy when they have to pull over drivers. 502 more words

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How Do Police Decide Locations Of Photo Radar Vans?

DENVER (CBS4)– Last year in Denver, drivers received 562 tickets a day adding up to more than 200,000 a year for speeding from photo radar vans. 481 more words

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Here's What a Ticket Does to Your Car Insurance Rate

Getting a traffic ticket is bad enough, but what’s even worse is getting stuck with higher insurance premiums as a result. Whether or not a ticket will mean those costly extra charges, though, depends on a few things — and they’re factors that are largely out of your control. 348 more words

I-Team: Illegal Speeding Tickets In Massachusetts Town?

HINGHAM (CBS) – A Hingham driver claims the speeding ticket he received from police is “illegal,” and he is now pursuing a class-action lawsuit to get a refund for himself, along with thousands of other drivers around the state. 651 more words

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St. Louis County to Decrease Traffic Ticket Fines

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A major reform was announced for St. Louis County municipal courts regarding the way motorists will be treated who receive tickets. 221 more words

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Winnipeg drivers give police record-setting year for photo enforcement revenue

The Winnipeg police’s photo enforcement program has never seen a more profitable year than it did in 2014.

Numbers from the force’s most recent budget report show photo enforcement revenue jumped 25 per cent — from $11.7 million to $14.6 million — between 2013 and 2014. 293 more words

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Okanagan motorists warned as spring driving season begins

KELOWNA – With spring driving season upon us, RCMP are stepping up enforcement to ensure safety on the roads.

“As the weather gets better, we often see speeds increase which dramatically affects the safety of all road users,” says Kelowna RCMP Corporal Joe Duncan. 180 more words

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