Should we get rid of red light cameras? | The Tylt
The first red light cameras went into official operation back in 1993, and have now spread to 426 communities across the United States. Several studies strongly indicate the cameras help prevent automobile accidents, protect motorists and save lives. But critics cite conflicting data that states the cameras actually increase vehicle collisions and believe they only exist as a revenue generator for law enforcement. Several cities have banned them entirely. What do you think? 🚦
Should we get rid of red light cameras?
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