Speed & Safety Camera News
Liverpool motorists who stray into bus lanes while driving in the city can expect to be caught on camera from next month, it has been reported.
Drivers looking for motor insurance will be pleased to know that the government is planning on spending nearly £90 million to relieve congestion on the A14.
A new system of surveillance cameras will enable police to store a wide array of details about car journeys into Manchester.
Motorists breaking the speed limit in Suffolk were caught out by local officers as part of a week-long campaign against the crime, it has been reported.
According to the BBC, around 264 drivers were found guilty of breaking the limit every day between April 21st and 27th.
Motorists travelling on roads in Sefton over the past five years have paid out close to £700,000 in speeding fines during the period, it has been reported.
According to the Southport Visiter, there was £216,960 in fines paid out by drivers over the course of last year.
CCTV is to be used in order to catch out motorists who litter, according to new government plans.
Lothian and Borders is the place where motorists are most likely to pick up a speeding fine, it has been reported.
According to the Edinburgh Evening News, figures show that there were 30,779 fines issued over the course of 2006 to 2007.
Authorities in Mansfield and Ashfield have installed four high-tech speed cameras in an attempt to bring to justice motorists who break the law on the road, it has been reported.
Drivers in the UK mostly enjoy taking to the roads alone, a new survey has found.
Research from Confused.com shows that 71 per cent quite like to drive on their own, with more than 65 per cent saying that the pursuit gives them time to think.
Drivers in Wiltshire have given their backing to the use of speed cameras in order to enforce road safety rules, it has been reported.