New speed camera snaps drivers from half mile

Police are currently testing a camera so accurate it can tell if drivers are using a mobile phone or lacking a seatbelt from nearly half a mile away


By Nathan Rao
The Express

DORSET, United Kingdom — Motorists will soon face a new speed camera that is so accurate it can tell if they are using a mobile phone or driving without a seatbelt from nearly half a mile away.

The ultra-sophisticated devices are the latest generation of hand-held speed detectors used by traffic officers.

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