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.
The Government says that every working speed camera on the strategic road network will be yellow within a year.
Almost four in 10 business drivers have been given points on their licence from work-related driving offences, according to research from Masternaut.
Londoners and motorists in the North-East show the highest levels of resistance to the use of speed cameras than other parts of the country, research suggests.
Four out of five company car drivers admit to speeding on motorways, but still consider themselves to be law-abiding motorists, research suggests.
Companies need to do more to train and educate employees about the potentially fatal consequences of speeding, according to a report by Brake and Licence Bureau.
A former police advanced driver has praised the course he attended after being caught speeding.
A motorist has escaped a charge of speeding by using telematics data.
the number of drivers convicted of a speeding offence has risen by 28% in the past 12 months.
Brake, the road safety charity, has welcomed figures published on May 21, 2015 by the Ministry of Justice.
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