What happens when a speed camera gets you?

What happens when a speed camera gets you?

If you were caught speeding by a speed camera, within 14 days you will receive a notice of intended prosecution (NIP) and a Section 172 Notice. They may simply warn you to stop speeding. They may issue you a fixed penalty notice immediately or through the post. The police may also order you to go to Court.

How far can mobile speed cameras see?

The laser beam emitted by a mobile speed camera when it hits your vehicle can be as small as 10cm in diameter. And on a straight section of road, the typical range for a mobile speed camera is two miles – far longer than the line of sight for most locations that safety camera partnerships will patrol.

What happens if you get caught speeding by a speed camera?

There is also some flexibility (plus or minus 25%) in the fine, based on other circumstances. Speeding around a school or busy pedestrian area will probably get your fine bumped up, whereas a similar speed on a deserted road in the middle of nowhere may get you a bit of leniency. Points: Speed camera offences and penalty points

Do you need to stop for a mobile speed camera?

They do not need to stop you if they have all the evidence that you were speeding e.g. photograph or video footage. For future driving and alerts to all approaching speed camera, including mobile speed camera locations you might like to consider buying a speed camera detector.

Can a mobile speed camera be used on a bridge?

Answer: Yes, mobile speed cameras can accurately record/capture speeding motorists from the front, side and rear of both sides of a road or carriageway and from elevated spots e.g. a bridge. Back to top

How long before you were notified of a mobile speed camera?

Mobile Speed Camera’s – How long before you were notified? Last Friday I think that I may have passed a mobile speed camera, not a problem normally, but on this occasion I was definitely exceeding the limit, through a set of roadworks where the limit had been reduced to 30 mph from 50 mph.

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