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France, Italy: Speed Cameras Burn
A handful of speed cameras were blinded, bisected and burned in France and Italy last week.
UK Tolling Zone Introduced In The Name Of Clean Air
Birmingham, England, completes preparation for tolling zone set to debut in June.
Canada, France: Speed Cameras Burned And Blinded
Vigilantes in Canada and France took out a half-dozen speed cameras last week.
Verra Mobility Buys Rival Red Light Camera Provider
Verra Mobility announces its intention to buy Redflex, the second largest operator of red light cameras and speed cameras in the US.
Ohio Cities Denied In Effort To Block Anti-Speed Camera Law
Ohio Court of Appeals issues mixed opinion preserving one of three limits on speed camera use.
European Speed Cameras Face Trouble
Spain admits speed camera issued 15,844 bogus tickets. Vigilantes took out cameras in Belgium, France and Italy last week.
Colorado Court Rejects Temporary Tags In Back Window
Temporary license plates may not be placed in the rear window under a Colorado Court of Appeals ruling.
Massachusetts Court Reins In Pretext Stop And Search
Attacks On French Speed Cameras Slow With Lockdown
Virus Scare Being Used To Advance Indiana, Virginia Speed Cameras
Belgian, French And Italian Speed Cameras Attacked
Illinois Appellate Court Approves Intersection Lane Changing
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