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Speeding Declines After Boston Reduces Limit

Speeding declined significantly in Boston, after the city lowered the limit to 25 miles per hour from 30 mph, according to new analysis from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety released today.

San Francisco Reduces Speeding Incidents

The City of San Francisco has been able to reduce its monthly count of fleet speeding incidents, likely due to telematics reporting data and increased safety measures.

Fla. Agency Suspends K-9 Unit for Speeding

All nine members of the Lakeland (Fla.) Police Department's K-9 unit were suspended. Five of the nine officers suspended admitted to filling up their memory cards so the in-vehicle camera system could not record the speeding.

The Truth About Speeding

As this video from the National Safety Council shows, drivers can offer up plenty of flimsy justifications for speeding. But the simple truth is that speeding is a major cause of fatal collisions. For the full fleet safety tip on speeding, click here.

Maine Bans Red-Light Cameras

AUGUSTA, ME – Maine Gov. John Baldacci has signed into law a bill that prohibits the state, or municipalities within the state, from using traffic surveillance cameras to prove or enforce a violation of traffic laws.

Kustom Signals Introduces New Raptor RP-1

LENEXA, KS – The Raptor RP-1 features DuraTrak, a new patent-pending technology, which incorporates a signal duration tracking algorithm that tracks multiple targets and graphically displays tracking history for strongest and fastest targets.