New Adelaide mobile detection cameras expected to rake in $43 million in first three years | 7NEWS

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Police will soon have a new weapon to catch drivers tempted to reach for their mobiles while driving.

A network of high definition detection cameras will be installed around Adelaide to be snapping offenders by this time next year.

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