What is this all about?
The City of Frederick began red light photo enforcement in 2005 as a part of our comprehensive system of traffic enforcement. In our view, even one accident or injury is too many. Intersection accidents as a result of red light running can and do cause serious injuries and property damage. Since the police cannot be everywhere, red light cameras are another method by which we have additional “eyes” in the community to help enforce the law and keep our citizens safe. Unlike speed enforcement systems, red light cameras are in operation 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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1. What is this all about?
2. This is to generate revenue because the City needs money, right?
3. How does the system work?
4. How do you know I was driving the vehicle when it ran the red light?
5. I have heard there is no way to fight these tickets. Is this true?
6. What happens to my license and insurance if I pay the ticket or I am found guilty in court?
7. What is the maximum fine?