Saturday, May 07, 2005

HB 1050: Radar Detection of Speeders

H.B. 1050, P.N. 1206 (LEH) This would amend Title 75 (Vehicles).
This would not assign points against a driver’s license for speeding if the speeding offense was detected by radar enforcement and the radar recorded the speed at less than 10 miles per hour above the posted speed limit.
Seven police forces would be in a pilot program of local police radar enforcement of speed limits. The Local Government Commission and the Transportation Secretary would select the seven police forces representing a range of categories of local police departments. A warning but no file would be authorized during the first 120 days of operating this pilot system.


At 4:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The legislature gives police guns and all sorts of other tools to fight crime. It's ridiculous that Pennsylvania is the only state in the country that precludes local police officers from using radar to catch speeders.


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