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Illinois: Insurance Company Refuses To Cover Illegal Red Light Camera Program
Red light camera trap in Crestwood, Illinois is so extreme that the village insurance company refuses to reimburse the city for lawsuit damages.
Oklahoma Supreme Court Slams DUI Law
Oklahoma Supreme Court declares law that seizes driving licenses upon an accusation of drunk driving to be a bad idea.
Australia, France: Speed Cameras Does A Wheelie
Australian speed camera van crashes in a ditch while vigilantes decorate speed cameras for Christmas.
Oregon: Federal Judge Sides With Anti-Camera Engineer
Federal judge will decide how to punish Oregon Engineering Board for violating free speech rights of a red light camera critic.
Texas Appeals Court Takes On Red Light Camera Hearings
Oral arguments held in Texas Court of Appeals in case that will determine the fate of red light camera ticketing.
Report Finds Washington Toll Road Experiment A Failure
Official analysis of Washington state toll lane experiment shows it has failed to meet statutory requirements.
OPINION: $44 Tolls Are Just The Start For Virginia Roads
The $44 one-way tolls in Virginia represent a deliberate choice to cut motorists out of transportation policy discussions.
Cost Of Driving Down, Except Tolls And Insurance
France Introduces Crosswalk Ticketing Cameras
Florida House Votes To Ban Red Light Cameras -- Eventually
Belgium, China, France, UK: Speed Cameras Thwarted
New Mexico Supreme Court Upholds Exaggerating Cop
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