Tag : Speeding
A new THINK! campaign combating winter lockdown speeding has launched from the Department for Transport.
Excessive speeding is now seen as acceptable on the motorway and on residential roads by many drivers – prompting renewed calls for major action.
A new road safety unit has gone live in Durham Constabulary to tackle rising levels of speeding as lockdown restrictions ease, while also taking action on … Read More »
The vast majority of drivers continue to ignore 20mph speed limits despite the growing use of such ‘slow zones’ in the UK.
Speeding incidents rose threefold in April as drivers took advantage of unusually low traffic levels and a sense that they would “get away with it”.
The easing of lockdown conditions has revealed a rise in dangerous and discourteous driving behaviour – putting drivers and fleets at higher risk as they head … Read More »
Drivers taking part in the National Speed Awareness Course (NSAC) are less likely to be caught speeding within three years than those who take penalty points … Read More »
Convictions for traffic offenses in England and Wales increased in 2016, continuing a trend which began in 2014, according to IAM Roadsmart.
Road collisions responsible for a fifth of trauma admissions to hospitals, according to new research revealed by Brake as it calls for more action on speeding.
A total of 2,293,228 speed related offences were issued by British constabularies in 2016, according to a freedom of information request by indoor go-kart firm Team Sport, which also showed that more than £17 million were accumulated by the top ten police forces combined…
Drivers caught for the most serious speeding offences are set to face much tougher fines under new sentencing guidelines introduced following consultation.