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    BC Coroners Panel Suggests Use Of Photo Radar To Curb Fatalities.

    Provinces Government Correct In Advising Issue Is Not On The Table. On Wednesday the B.C. Coroners service issued a report based on the review of 106 young driver deaths from 2004 to 2013.  The child death review panel advised motor vehicle crashes remain the leading cause of death among British Columbia teenagers. The fatality rate however improved…

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    Welcome To Traffic Ticket Guru’s Public Blog

    Our Renovations Are Completed And We’re Ready To Serve You Better! Sometimes things can take longer then anticipated and result in one or two head aches along the way. Such has been this latest journey or transforming our private members site and public blog into formats that are easier to navigate and able to serve our…

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    Ontario:York Region Wants The Return Of Photo Radar.

    Provincial Government Wants Real Safety Initiatives Instead. Last week York Region Council voted on putting a proposal together to request the province give the region permission to use photo radar, thus lowering the seriousness of speeding by using a technology that does nothing to stop the offence or prevent a vehicle from continuing the offence after it…

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    Saskatchewan: Photo Radar Tickets Put On Hold For A Month Due To Blunder By Camera Company Xerox

    Saskatchewan Government Insurance wants process corrected to avoid costly errors that have happened in other cities due to Xerox’s mistakes. SGI announced on February 5th that it’s extending the warning period for the photo speed enforcement pilot by one additional month. Tickets will now be issued beginning March 8, 2015. “It has been brought to our…

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    Missouri – Local Towns Outraged Over Cap On Traffic Ticket Fines.

    The Missouri Senate gives initial approval to Senate Bill 5, which hinders municipalities from funding more then 20 percent of their general revenue from traffic ticket fines. As reported in the Rolla Daily News, the bill was sponsored by Sen. Eric Schmitt, R-Glendale, with the intention that it would prevent municipalities from using unfair ticketing practices…

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