Caltrans is now offering drivers to use a camera system to check the validity of traffic lights and other vehicle placards that are being posted on public streets, and for motorists to check a police report for violations.
The cameras are being installed at some Caltrans stations in the San Francisco Bay Area and in several California cities, including Berkeley and San Jose.
Caltrans says the new cameras will help officers to keep drivers safe, reduce accidents, and save the lives of motorists.
Caltrans says that using a camera can help the agency reduce crashes and accidents by recording data on the speed of vehicles, which is then shared with the public.
In addition, Caltrans has installed traffic cameras in several locations in the state.
The agency said in a statement that it is expanding its use of these devices because they are part of the broader effort to reduce traffic fatalities.
The program is only available to drivers who have a valid driver’s license or a California driver’s identification card.
CalTrans said it will expand the program to cover those with other types of driver’s licenses, such as military ID cards, college IDs, or driver’s permits.
The agency is notifying drivers who wish to register their vehicles with the cameras.
The DMV said drivers who register their cars may be eligible to receive up to a $20 rebate if they purchase their vehicles through the Caltrans program.