Source Pravda.Ru

Speeders to be Photographed in Kursk

A new device for registering the speed of cars was invented by the traffic police in the Russian city of Kursk. The new device radically differs from the old radar guns: it helps not only determine what speed cars are moving at, it can also take a picture of the car traveling too fast and even the driver.

The Kursk traffic police believe that the new device will help bring into account those who drive too fast. The new device functions like a digital photo camera; traffic police officers will be able to obtain a picture from the scene for further demonstration to violators of the traffic regulations. It is not ruled out that even special archives will be created to store pictures of violators and their cars.

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