NZ to get modern speed cameras

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New Zealand roads have just received an upgrade with 56 state of the art speed cameras now installed.

The cameras have been installed at crash black spots nationwide and use the latest radar-based technology.

The new  cameras rely on special film technology and sensors in the road.

The total cost of the new cameras will be about $10 million.

Road Policing assistant commissioner Dave Cliff said switching on the new cameras was an important milestone in efforts to reduce deaths on the roads.

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5 Responses

  1. What do these speed cameras even do? Do they record people’s speed? Do they video how a car crash had happened?

  2. those are way cooler than the old police van and to answer your question chaska thay report peoples speed so that if they are going over the speed limit the police can find out who it is by the number plate and can send them a fine to pay.

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