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8/21/05
UK Developing Roadside Sleepiness Test
A handheld videogame could administer future roadside sleepiness tests in the UK.
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8/15/05
California to Deploy Smog-Check Cameras
Pollution camera will initially issue warnings to drivers in Southern California.
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7/19/05
UK Tests HOV-Lane Cameras
New cameras claim to be able to count the number of car passengers and issue tickets to HOV lane violators.
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7/17/05
UK: Teen Drivers Pushed Into Accepting Black Box Spy
Officials in Ireland, England consider mandating GPS tracking for drivers aged 18-25.
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7/3/05
UK to Introduce GPS Car Speed Limiters
Two-year government test of Intelligent Speed Adaptation underway in UK.
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6/6/05
Maryland Governor Eliminates Night Vision Seat Belt Stops
Maryland Governor Robert L. Ehrlich ordered state police to cease using night vision to stop motorists for not wearing seat belts.
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6/5/05
UK Meter Maids to Secretly Record Conversations
Meter maids in Stoke-on-Trent, UK will receive GSM badges to covertly record conversations.
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