Traffic laws in each state contain statutes regarding nighttime driving and the appropriate use of headlights. Driving with poor visibility due to conditions, such as poor or non-working headlights is a main cause of nighttime accidents. Aside from being a main cause...
Today, more and more jurisdictions are adding some form of technology to help with traffic violations, including red light tickets. Twenty-three states currently have some form of red light cameras operating to catch those who run stoplights. The tickets issued are often called “red light camera tickets.”
Photo radar and photo red light are technologies that record serious traffic violations the moment they occur. Cameras are used to photograph only vehicles that speed or run red lights in targeted areas. Traffic citations are then issued to the vehicle's registered owners through the mail. Camera radar is not a new technology. It has been used since 1968 in other countries. If you drive the speed limit and do not run red lights your vehicle will not be photographed.
Perhaps you have recently been stopped by a police officer and issued a citation for running a red light, even though you are absolutely sure you had a yellow signal when you went through the intersection. Rather than simply paying your ticket--and running the risk of having your insurance premiums increase,
Red light tickets occur on a regular basis. Often it is the result of running a red light (RRL). A red light ticket can have serious consequences to the offender. Although it is usually a minor misdemeanor, a red traffic ticket can create problems for the driver charged with the offense. Consequences