How Does Photo Radar Work?

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Photo radar is a combination of a camera, radar, and a computer. It's used to record the date, time, speed and location of the violation. Photo radar is used at red lights to catch those that drivers that fail to stop at a red light. Once the sensor senses the light is red, a camera will capture the image of any vehicle that crosses the line.
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