The Abilene City Council approved the purchase of handheld electronic ticket writers at Thursday's meeting.
The city will buy 45 of them at a grand total of $178, 360. They'll be used by Abilene police and marshals division to write tickets.
The city says they'll make for a faster process when you do get a ticket, as well as eliminate paperwork and human errors.
No word yet on when the writers will arrive and police will begin using them in the field.
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