Speed & Safety Camera News
Drivers in Wiltshire have given their backing to the use of speed cameras in order to enforce road safety rules, it has been reported.
Motorists driving off-road in County Durham have been blamed for damage done to the coastline of County Durham, it has been reported.
According to the BBC, a £500,000 project to improve access to the area had been wrecked by vandals travelling through the region.
Speed cameras are becoming more accepted by British drivers, new research has found.
According to statistics from IAM Motoring Trust, 20 per cent of people live in households where someone has been caught out by the devices this year.
New statistics from the Department for Transport show that some £100 million (m) was made by speed camera fines incurred by drivers over the course of 2006 and 2007.
The number of speeding fines picked up by the drivers of rented cars fell over the final quarter of 2007, according to new statistics.
National Car Rental has found that there was a drop of 108 per cent in offences issued to its customers over the period.
Police in North Wales are hoping that young drivers get the message about acting dangerously on the roads through a new van, it has been reported.
Drivers who do not dispose of rubbish in a legal fashion are to be fined if they are caught out by police, it has been reported.
According to Bucks Free Press, motorists heading to the tip could be traced in an effort to make sure they do not break the law.
Mendip motorists who show no consideration for other road users are to be reprimanded under a new card system from authorities, it has been reported.
Drivers have been warned to make sure their vehicles are not inviting to opportunist criminals, it has been reported.
According to Lynn News, a digital camera was taken from a vehicle in the Gaywood area on Saturday night.
Motorists breaking the speed limit on roads close to Heathrow are to be snapped by new digital cameras, it has been reported.
The Evening Standard states that the new Gatsos have replaced old film models and are much more efficient.