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Speed Laser Guns in the State

Motorists driving at high speed to drive at their own risk

Hyderabad, July 10, 2007

Motorists driving their vehicles at high speeds in the State will now under the scanner of Speed Laser Guns. The Regional Transport Authority has procured 38 Speed Laser Guns to record photos and data of the vehicles that violate the stipulated speed limits and to penalize them. The German made laser gun is a speed enforcement system emitting laser beams to measure the speed of a vehicle, take picture and give an on the spot printout describing the details of the office in just 0.3 seconds. Each gun costs Rs. 10 lakhs.

It will provide information pertaining to the place where speeding is recorded, speed of the vehicle and distance from where the picture was taken will be available in the printout. According to a senior transport official said that the gun emits the laser beams up to a distance of 1.5 km and can measure the maximum speed of 500kmph and during nighs, the takes picture with the help of 'Red Plus' infrared rays without causing inconvenience to the drivers.

Violators would be punished under available sections of the Motor vehicle Act for over speeding and posing danger to others with a fine up to Rs. 1,000 and imprisonment of six months. According to him, any violator commits the offence twice in three years, he or she would bee levied a penalty of Rs. 2,000 and imprisonment up to two years.

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