PA Municipal radar may be coming to a road near you (NMA Mention)

According to James Sikorski Jr., who represents the National Motorists Association, the reason a radar bill has never passed is because the motorists of Pennsylvania don’t want it.

“This is 100% being done for the revenue,” Sikorski said.

He also said that the legislation should include a requirement to ensure that speed limits are set appropriately by local governments and not lower than necessary in order to increase the likelihood that motorists will exceed the posted limits.

The idea of allowing municipal police departments to use radar as a significant tool against speeders has been kicking around for more than 40 years.