TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) - State lawmakers are debating a bill that would ban all traffic light cameras to make sure you don't get a surprise ticket in the mail.
And although those who support red light cameras say there are signs to warn drivers in towns like Tuscaloosa, others aren't satisfied and are excited a bill on the table might get rid of them.
Red light cameras are supposed to catch drivers not following the rules, but some drivers worry there is room for error.
"I find it strange that there's no human evaluation of the red light. There's no interplay between the technology and humanity," said Aaron Dues driver.
"Red light cameras kind of rub me the wrong way cause a police officer can understand the situation, but a camera is just a camera," said Dues.