Speed & Safety Camera News
Motorists in Hampshire who break the law on the roads are the target of a new initiative from police in the region, according to reports.
Police officers have issued fines to drivers using an access-only area of Slough as a shortcut, it has been reported.
According to the Slough Observer, 36 £30 fixed penalty notices were handed out last Wednesday when 150 motorists were stopped.
Motorists in Derbyshire have paid out £14 million in fines brought about by speed cameras over the past five years, it has been reported.
Police in Daventry will be focusing on roads singled out by local residents in an attempt to catch out speeders in the area, it has been reported.
The past 12 months has seen the equivalent of 24 motorists per day caught breaking the speed limit in North Yorkshire, it has been claimed.
According to the York Press, officers in the region handed out 8,710 fixed penalty notices to those going too fast.
The number of speeding tickets being issued to motorists has increased since Labour came to power, according to new statistics.
Drivers who stray off-road into the Welsh countryside will be targeted by police in the country, a national news provider claims.
A joint initiative funded between Dyfed-Powys Police and the Countryside Council for Wales has been set up in order to keep the area unspoilt.
Manchester motorists paid out close to £500,000 over the past 12 months because they could not refrain from using bus lanes, according to a local news source.
Motorists in Eastbourne are to be tracked to make sure they are not breaking the speed limit using a laser device, it has been reported.
According to the Eastbourne Herald, Seaford police officers will use a laser gun to find out how fast drivers are travelling.
The number of motorists caught over the speed limit on one of Doncaster's busiest roads has hit more than 700, it has been reported.