== == YES. If you are CONVICTED of running a red light, your insurance will GO UP. It is a sure sign that you WILL have an accident, soon.
Red light cameras are usually high speed video cameras that use ambient light.
Red light camera tickets are moving violations. As such it will probably affect your insurance, but only your policy issuer can tell you for sure.
Yes. I've seen the red light cameras in Maryland flash.
Stopping at the red light usually works.
Yes there is
There are thermal imagers - cameras that are sensitive to infra red radiation-
The states that uses red light cameras are Texas, California, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, Florida, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Georgia. There are also other states that uses both red light cameras and speed cameras.
traffic light cameras are camerashat take pics of peoples cars when they pass the streets when its red light
i do not think we should have them
There are no red light cameras in Tewkesbury apart from the A4019. Hope this solves the problem
Because remote controls use infra red light to communicate with the TV, stereo or what ever the remote is for. Infra red is a type of light we cannot see with our eyes, but cameras and video cameras turn infra red into visible light.
Yes, red light cameras are still used in Springfield, MO. My friend was driving there and said she saw a red light camera, too. I hope this helped! Happy Driving! XD
At most intersections, you will see little cameras at the top of the light. They look like little tubes. These are not red light traffic cameras. They are sensors used by the traffic light to control whether its a green light or red light. Actual red light cameras are usually bigger and are placed on the curb on its own pole. They usually have a flashlight to take pictures. They flash at night when taking pictures.
Arizona has them, and they are creating a lot of money for the state.
cause the light reflicts off your eyes
blue light and red light make purple light
To make red light.
pink light or very light red. :)
Live streaming video and video recorders certainly are. And, although motorists don't like them, so are red-light cameras.