Beware! Radar in Lebanon is Everywhere!

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November 08, 2010

The speed limit goes into effect on Monday after radars have been installed on all Lebanon roads to trap traffic violators.
The speed radars, which also include portable speed detectors, are able to detect several other types of traffic violations, including crossing the red light.

The General Directorate of Internal Security Forces reminded citizens that the maximum allowable speed is 100 km/h on highways and 50 km/h inside cities in the absence of signs.

While the fine for speeding, under the current law, is LL 50,000, it could be anywhere between LL 50,000 (~$33 AUD) and LL 5 million (~3,300 AUD) under the new law.

The new bill also includes jail and banning motorists from driving for up to six months depending on the violation of the speed limit.


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This has to be one of the best news I've heard this year!! Big thanks for minister Ziad Baroud for all he's done!!

November 2010

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