'Radical revenue raising proposals by Befordshire Police and Crime Commissioner means all drivers breaking the speed limit will be fined
All drivers who travel at more than 70 miles per hour on the motorway face being fined under radical new proposals being considered.
Speed cameras would be switched on permanently across stretches of the motorway network catching everyone who exceeded the limit.
Motorists would then be forced to pay a £100 fine as well as having points added to their licence, or could opt instead to attend a speed awareness course, costing £90.
But rather than being used to improve road safety, the controversial plan is intended to raise millions of pounds in revenue for the police.'
At least the Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner is being honest with the motoring public, unlike the UK government, see my previous post.