Speed & Safety Camera News
Drivers looking to reduce accidents and the need to claim on their car insurance may be interested in the on-board safety camera that features on the Ford Kuga.The system allows motorists to manoeuvre and park more safely by using miniature rear-view cameras that reduce the blind spots behind the
Motorists who break the speed limit on roads in Essex will be tracked using a camera onboard a helicopter.The scheme has been set up by Essex county council and uses state-of-the-art number plate recognition technology to identify cars travelling illegally.Essex Police has stated that it believes
Speed cameras in use in Walsall are to be reviewed by officials in the area, it has been reported.According to the Birmingham Mail, bosses are to look into the devices in order to ensure that they are not simply cash cows designed to take money from drivers.Indeed, motorists caught breaking the s
Motorists in the UK are being urged to stay aware of organised gangs deliberately causing accidents this summer, it has been reported.
A warning has been given to motorists in Redditch over using their satellite navigation (satnav) systems abroad, it has been reported.The Redditch Standard has cited advice from the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM), which stated that the speed camera detectors built into some devices are ill
Figures showing the number of people fined for speeding as the result of being caught on speed cameras have sparked criticism in Northern Ireland.
People travelling over the legal speed limit in Lytham or St Annes are less likely to be given a speeding ticket than drivers in other parts of Lancashire
Research from Admiral has found that over a five year period, more fines were issued in the FY3 postcode area than in FY8.
The game may soon be up for speed cameras in the UK after pressure has been mounting against the devices. Gatsos have long been the bane of many motorists' lives and could have even cost some their cheap car insurance policies.
A number of motorists may have been penalised by a faulty speed camera located in the Cumbrian town of Kirby Lonsdale, it has been revealed.
The dodgy device began flashing drivers at random, risking points of their licenses - which can cause increases in car insurance premiums.
An individual from Northern Ireland has raised concerns over the speed of rural traffic.
The man, who wished to remain anonymous, wants the speed limit on the country's roads to be cut by as much as 50 per cent, Dromore Leader reports.