More than 500 new traffic cameras have been installed across Los Angeles County.
The cameras are designed to help police track vehicles and keep drivers off the roads, but they’re also supposed to be used for other purposes.
The rules include requiring motorists to give up their cell phones and flashlights, and they’re expected to be implemented starting in April.
The first wave of cameras were installed in December, and about 200 of them are currently in place.
A second wave of the new traffic enforcement measures will take effect on March 1.
The rules apply to the L.A. area, but the city and county are expected to add more locations throughout the county in the coming months.