A disparity in the number of drivers detected for speeding offences suggests a postcode lottery, according to Home Office figures.
More than 1.7 million drivers exceed the speed limit on every car journey they make, according to new research from HPI.
Almost three-quarters of British drivers regularly break the speed limit, finds a new study by Fixter.
The camera, which can catch drivers from up to 1km away who speed, tailgate, use handheld mobile phones or do not wear seatbelts, is being trialled by Gloucestershire Police.
The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) is encouraging police forces to target speeding drivers in a two-week campaign.
The National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) is playing down suggestions from its roads policing lead that drivers could be fined for breaking the speed limit by just 1mph.
Four out of five motorists say average speed cameras are more effective than traditional cameras that catch speeding drivers in one location, says the RAC.
Calls for drivers to be prosecuted for exceeding the speed limit by as little as 1mph have been criticised by motoring groups.
Two thirds of drivers (65%) don’t believe they will be prosecuted for offences such as tailgating and lane hogging due to a lack of police on UK roads.
West Yorkshire has been revealed as the UK region which issued the most speeding tickets during 2017, following research by car leasing specialist UK Carline.
More than 1.4 million drivers, including more than one million caught for speeding, were sent to offender retraining courses in 2017 by the police.
Just over 60% of UK drivers have admitted they will continue to speed, even if that means paying the higher level fines introduced earlier this year.
Speeding offences are now at an 11-year high, according to new figures from the Department for Transport (DfT).
Experienced motorists are setting their own speed limit - well under the official limit - on some of the UK's deadliest roads, according to Quartix.
New laws imposing heavier fines for the most serious speeding offences have been welcomed by vehicle management company Total Motion.
Speeding fines for the most serious cases in England and Wales will rise by up to 50% from today (Monday, April 24) after new sentencing guidelines took effect.
Speeding fines for the most serious cases in England and Wales will rise by up to 50% after new sentencing guidelines were published.
Five drivers have been caught travelling at more than 100mph on 30mph and 40mph limit roads in England, according to the Institute of Advanced Motorists.
A speeding driver who lied to the police has been sentenced to three years and four months in prison for causing death by dangerous driving.
Distracted driving, speeding and lane hogging are commonplace among motorists, new research suggests.
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