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Speed cameras in Britain rake in £250m as record 7,600 drivers a day are caught 


Britain’s speed cameras rake in £250m as record 7,600 drivers are caught PER DAY, new figures show

  • Police issued 20 per cent more fixed penalty notices in 2021 than in 2020
  • A record 813,000 people were given £100 fines last year, police figures show
  • 1.2 million Brits avoided a fine and points by taking a speed awareness course

Drivers were left almost £250 million out of pocket last year after speed cameras snared a record number of motorists.

New police figures show 2.8 million fixed penalty notices were sent to drivers caught on camera, an average of more than 7,600 every day – or one every 11 seconds.

That’s up 20 per cent on the figure for 2020, when lockdown reduced traffic flow, and up 17 per cent on 2019 figures.

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