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Speed & Safety Camera News

Wednesday 4th July 2012

Safety cameras are often a sore point for Britain’s drivers as many of us have been caught out and had to pay a fine for a seemingly minor incident.

Monday 23rd April 2012

Shockingly the majority of UK drivers speed on the roads, according to a recent study. The survey looked at how speed cameras affected driver behaviour.

Tuesday 4th October 2011

Time-delayed double speed cameras that will capture a photograph of the person who is at the wheel as well as the number plate are being trialled by the police.

Monday 18th April 2011

Motorists in the UK are not happy with the current system of points for speeding a recent report has revealed. Almost two thirds of those asked said penalty points for speeding are unfair and are not sufficient to stop people speeding.

Monday 20th September 2010

Drivers who do not report the details of who was behind the wheel at the time of a speeding offence will face a six-point penalty as part of new regulation.

Tuesday 8th June 2010

Police officers across the UK are being given targets in a bid to catch speeding motorists. Chiefs in Norfolk have told the county's police force to focus on speeding drivers and those caught without seatbelts.

Tuesday 27th April 2010

The government is to massively expand the nation's network of speed cameras into 20mph residential areas as an alternative to speed bumps. The new cameras will cover entry and exit points to neighbourhoods and will automatically calculate drivers' speeds.

Thursday 18th March 2010

Traffic congestion wastes drivers’ time and fuel, pollutes the atmosphere, reduces employment, and pushes businesses and shoppers away from cities.

Monday 15th March 2010

Every year in the UK over 16,000 cyclists are killed or injured in reported road accidents, including around 2,500 who are killed or seriously injured.

Friday 12th March 2010

The epidemic of illegal number plates is sweeping the country with motorists altering the spacing, changing the font and moving screws to change the characters so they look like a different one, which makes it difficult to identify the vehicle.

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