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Illinois Court: Cop Cannot Call Hertz Over A Speeding Ticket
Illinois police may not phone rental car companies to verify whether a suspected speeder is an authorized driver.
Australia, France: Speed Cameras Assaulted
An Australian photo radar van and a handful of French speed cameras were rammed, spraypainted or burned last week.
Insurance Industry Wants More Buzzers And Chimes In Cars
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety cites a limited study to claim more seatbelt buzzing will save 1489 lives.
Texas Cities Dump Red Light Cameras In Response To Ban
At least 33 Texas cities confirmed this week their intention to cease red light camera ticketing.
Georgia Supreme Court To Decide On Black Box Privacy
High court in Georgia to decide whether vehicle black box data is subject to Fourth Amendment protections.
Eighth Circuit Rules Cursing At A Traffic Cop Is Not a Crime
Yelling a two-word expletive at a traffic cop is protected free speech under an Eighth Circuit US Court of Appeals ruling.
France, Germany: Speed Cameras Mocked, Charred
Protest staged on French speed camera while another device roasted last week. German police rescue a photo radar unit from being set alight.
DC, France: Speed Cameras Crushed, Blinded
Behind The Scenes Of The Effort To Gut The Texas Red Light Camera Ban
Illinois: Seventh Circuit Orders Return Of Impounded Cars
Kansas Supreme Court Rejects Damage Limits In Traffic Injury Case
Australia, France, Germany, Luxembourg, UK: Photo Radar Smeared
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