What exactly constitutes a red light violation?
Pursuant to Florida Statutes §§ 316.0083, 316.074(1) and 316.075(1)(c)1, it is a violation of the red light if a vehicle proceeds into an intersection equipped with a photographic traffic control monitoring system when the traffic control signal for that vehicle’s direction of travel is emitting a steady red signal. When a motorist receives a Notice of Violation, it has been determined that their vehicle has proceeded into an intersection by entering the crosswalk on the near side of an intersection when the traffic control signal, for the direction in which the vehicle was traveling, was emitting a steady red signal. Motorists already in the intersection when the signal changes to red, when waiting to turn for example, are not considered red light violators.

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1. What if I am not the driver of the vehicle at the time of the violation?
2. Why has the City of Temple Terrace decided to implement the Intersection Safety Program?
3. What exactly constitutes a red light violation?
4. Why did I receive this Notice of Violation?
5. If I am in the intersection when the light is yellow and the light changes to red, will I receive a Notice of Violation?
6. What happens if I ignore the Notice of Violation?
7. I have received a UTC, may I submit an affidavit?
8. Will I receive any points on my driving record for this violation?
9. Will my insurance rates be affected?
10. Will the red light cameras take a picture of the driver of the vehicle?
11. Is this only a revenue generating program?
12. What if I was issued a citation from an officer for the same offense?
13. How much time do I have to pay my Notice of Violation?
14. What is the Refund Policy?
15. I have received multiple Notices of Violation; do I have to send in a payment for each?
16. What if my check is returned?
17. Can I make payments in installments or set up a payment plan?
18. I paid the violation; why did I receive another notice?
19. Do I have to pay my fine the day of the hearing?
20. What happens if I do not pay the Notice of Violation?
21. I do not believe I ran a red light. Where can I go to view my images and video?
22. How much do I have to pay for a Hearing?
23. Can I schedule a hearing?
24. Can I make a hearing request over the phone?
25. Can someone other than me attend the hearing?
26. Is there more than one place that I can attend my hearing?
27. Can I bring a lawyer to the hearing with me?
28. How do I know that these violations are valid?
29. How do I know that these violations are valid?
30. What company provides the red light camera program in City of Temple Terrace?