proposal authorizing the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department
in North Carolina to use speed-radar cameras is now law.
the three-year pilot program, police are allowed to rig the automatic
cameras on 14 of Charlotte's deadliest roadways, Winston-Salem's
WXII TV reported.
photo radar, which is a combination camera and radar gun that
documents a vehicle's speed and tags, snaps pictures of speeders
and red-light runners and sends them tickets in the mail. Violators
will be fined $50 but will receive no driver's license or insurance
became law June 30 without the governor's signature.