LOL, I like how the fact that motorist have rights still in SC is a bad thing. Those pesky motorist rights always seems to get in the way of great revenue generating speed trap.
"Hodges is not surprised by opposition to the cameras, particularly with South Carolina's history of motorists' rights. South Carolina was one of the last states to enact a .08 blood-alcohol level for drunken driving and took a long time to pass a primary seatbelt law.
"We went through similar things when breathalyzers came out. We went through similar things when radar guns came out," Hodges said. "It's the same type of mentality."