Pennsylvania is currently the only continental U.S. state that doesn't allow their local police forces to use speed radars to enforce drivers going over the speed limit. Police have to use other methods to catch people speeding, but it eithers takes more than one officer or it takes more time. But a bill passed through the senate that would change that. State Representative Mario Scavello says the House of Representatives will hopefully review it anytime between now and next spring. Senate Bill 251 protects drivers from police abusing the radar. Road signs will be posted within 500 feet of radar zones, points will not be assigned for violations under 10 miles an hour, and summary traffic tickets from the radar cannot surpass 20 percent of the municipal budget.