Are the School Zone Cameras accurate?

The school zone cameras perform a daily automated internal tuning for accuracy.  In addition, the system takes two pictures that measure a start point (point A) to an endpoint (point B), which provides a distance over time measurement.  This measurement is used to confirm the velocity picked up by the radar, as well as if the vehicle continued into the school zone.  The cameras have an external calibration done monthly and the results are provided to District Court for verification.  

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1. Why did I receive a Notice of Infraction?
2. Will this be reported to my insurance or go against my driving record?
3. How much is the fine?
4. How do I pay my fine?
5. Can I set up a payment plan?
6. When is the payment due?
7. What if I lost my citation?
8. Will I get a ticket if the car in front of me is speeding?
9. What times are the lights flashing?
10. What if I no longer own the vehicle?
11. What if I wasn’t driving the vehicle?
12. How do I contest a violation?
13. What will happen if I don’t pay the infraction?
14. How do I know it’s a valid ticket and not a scam?
15. Are the School Zone Cameras accurate?