Across the country tailgating has become something of an issue. In Arizona, agents contend that more than half of the state’s accidents involve people following too closely to the car in front of them. It has become so much of an issue that Laser Technology Inc. of Colorado, the company that produces laser speed guns, has developed the technology to measure the distance between cars while they’re moving.
Implementing the technology would only cost between $600 and $700 but would pay for itself several times over in traffic tickets. Oregon and Arizona have already adopted the technology.
In addition, tailgating increases the chances of an accident occcurring in the first place.
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