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Speeders in Derbyshire targeted in clampdown

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Speeders in Derbyshire targeted in clampdown

Post by jason on Mon Apr 28, 2008 12:26 am

People who break the speed limit on roads in Derbyshire are to be cracked down on by police in the region as part of a month-long initiative, it has been reported.

According to the BBC, officials from across the region will carry out a greater number of checks on motorists and hand out fixed penalty notices and 60 fines to those found breaking the limit.

It may be that a conviction on the road means that drivers find it difficult to pick up a cheap car or motorbike insurance policy, as cover firms could view the penalty as an indication that a person is not safe on the road.

Chief Inspector Lynn Harris commented that the faster a driver travels, the more dangerous they become.

She said: "There can be no doubt that exceeding the speed limit or simply driving too fast for the road conditions is a contributory cause of many road collisions."

Yesterday, the same news source reported that police in the Lothians are to clamp down on drivers in the region who do not wear seatbelts as they travel.


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