This is the call being made by supporters of Share Ideas Day, the RAC Foundation and car parts supplier Euro Car Parts.
Ideas submitted by motorists for Share Ideas Day and presented to the Minster for consideration include:
Edmund King, executive director of the RAC Foundation said: 'The system should be much more flexible with a review of limits, clear signing of speed limits on the camera and road surface, and more emphasis on speed awareness courses. These are views that the RAC Foundation tends to support.'
Mark Wardell, of Euro Car Parts, said: 'Speed cameras have their place and can be effective in the right place. Yet the biggest losers are absent minded drivers who use roads clogged with cameras while serial speed maniacs, who look out for cameras are unlikely to be snapped. We hope the Minster takes heed of the positive and constructive suggestions made by motorists when thinking about his plans for 2005.'
Share Ideas Day is non-for-profit initiative organised each year on September 12th with the aim of encouraging everyone in the community to generate and share ideas and has created a series of 'ideas banks' at its website www.share-ideas-day.com