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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.
A campaign to crack down on the number of light goods vehicle crime has been established by Avon and Somerset Police.
A programme designed to reduce the number of collisions involving occupational drivers has met with success.
The collaboration between IAM Fleet and British Telecom (BT) has resulted in a 40 per cent cut in accidents, with 50,000 motorists from BT taking part.
Drivers have been told to take care if they leave their car engines running unattended this winter, it has been reported.
According to the Coventry Telegraph, police have commented that criminals may use this time to take advantage and steal a vehicle.
Parking tickets issued by Westminster City Council, Camden and Lambeth may be illegal, according to a motoring body.
AppealNow.com believes that a number of drivers are caught up in this situation, with "millions of pounds" involved.
A residential area in Surrey has been targeted by vandals damaging vehicles, it has been reported.
The Surrey Mirror has commented that drivers have found their windows smashed and paintwork scratched.
Officials in Scotland are behind a new scheme designed to improve safety on the roads, it has been reported.
According to the BBC, the proposal from council bosses includes the removal of white lines on highways to make motorists slow down due to the unfamiliarity.