Arizona becomes first state with photo speed enforcement


Arizona is the first U.S. state to implement a state-wide photo radar system

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By Adam Sneed


Mitch Hall, a technician at Redflex, works on one of several mobile photo speed enforcement vehicles to be used by the Arizona Department of Public Safety as they sit ready to be dispatched after being outfitted.
(AP Photo)

The Arizona Republic

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