Honduras using covert radars on nation’s highways to reduce speeding

Posted on March 28, 2013 • Filed under: Honduras, Police/Military Activity, TRAVEL

Covert radars are installed on the nation’s highways to measure the speed of vehicles that are driven to different destinations. The national roads are guarded by elements Preventive Police Traffic and to guide and monitor the vacationers to accidents not only in the arteries of the North West there are 64 checkpoints. To control the drivers have speed gauges are undercover vehicles so they can be punished by the next police checkpoint, said Hector Ivan Mejia, commissioner and director of Transit. “They will be in strategic places, if someone goes to 120 kilometers advised by telephone to catch the driver to stop,” he said. Read Article

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