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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The CONTRAN (National Traffic Council) has banned hidden radars in Brazil. Under Resolution 798, published in the Federal Gazette on Wednesday, September 9th, all monitored routes must have signs stating the maximum speed allowed, with meters visible at all times. The monitored routes and the radars' location must also be disclosed on the internet. The rule comes into force from November 1st this year.

The changes introduced by the CONTRAN meet a request from President

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