Hawaii Gov. Ben Cayetano halted the use of van-mounted cameras
on state roads that photographed a speeder's license plate,
resulting in a ticket by mail, AP reported.
mockingly called the vehicles "talivans" and civil
liberties lawyers said the system unfairly assumed owners were
behind the wheel. Lawyers also said the system was an invasion
states use cameras to catch people running red lights, Hawaii
was the first state to pass a law allowing photo-enforced radar
along state highways. The van-mounted cameras were introduced
on Oahu two months ago.