The free ride is over
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - April 8, 2013 (WPVI) -- The free ride is over for speeders in Annapolis.
Police in Maryland's capital city had been giving warnings to drivers caught on new speed cameras.
But the monthlong grace period ends today.
Drivers clocked doing 12 miles per hour over the posted limit will get a 40 buck fine.
Speeders will get tickets in the mail.
Police tell The Capital of Annapolis the city has issued more than 300 warnings since March 5.
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