Florida: Speed-Detector Van Comes to Juno Beach

The town of Juno Beach has is using a van with lasers and cameras to catch the leadfoots.
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Speeding motorists who figure they can dodge the law by knowing the location of traffic enforcement cameras have a new challenge in south Florida.

The Palm Beach Post reported Monday that the town of Juno Beach has is using a van with lasers and cameras to catch the leadfoots.

The van is made by Georgia-based LaserCraft, the paper said.

Since Feb. 23, the van has issued about 200 warnings, but will start issuing citations with $125 fines for a first offense starting March 23, the paper said.

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