The majority of respondents (61%) said while they believe those who are photographed speeding should get a ticket, they think it should only apply to those captured going more than 10 mph over the speed limit. (Credit: Erie Insurance)

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, red light and speed cameras, often known as photo enforcement, are utilized in around 170 communities across the United States, with automated enforcement legislation on the slate in 15 states. However, drivers in the U.S. are split when it comes to their feelings about the use of speed cameras, says a recent survey from Erie Insurance.

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