Law enforcement agencies enforce speed limits in a variety of ways as of 2015, including handheld radar guns and photo speed devices. Officers also use a technique called pacing to identify drivers traveling over the spe... More »

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As of 2015, street speed limits are set by state and local governments by statute. Furthermore, every state has a basic speed law, requiring drivers to maintain a reasonable and prudent speed for the conditions, accordin... More »

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According to the Governor’s Highway Safety Association, each individual state is responsible for setting its own speed limits. This means the speed limit in residential areas differs from state to state. For instance, in... More »

Law enforcement agencies track cellphones using devices that intercept signals, including Stingrays or signal-sniffers such as Wolfhounds. Cellphones are also trackable if they are connected to Wi-Fi. More »

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A traffic ticket can be paid in a variety of ways, including online, by mail, by phone or in person, according to DMV.org. If the ticket is not paid in time, the driver risks a suspension of his driver's license. More »

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Law enforcement officers check proof of vehicle insurance by obtaining a hard copy or electronically confirming coverage through the driver's mobile device, reports CarInsurance.com. Although a majority of states mandate... More »

www.reference.com Government & Politics Law Driving Laws

As of 2015, street speed limits are set by state and local governments by statute. Furthermore, every state has a basic speed law, requiring drivers to maintain a reasonable and prudent speed for the conditions, accordin... More »

www.reference.com Government & Politics Law Driving Laws