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Speed Cameras


Thought you might be interested to know that following the UK

Government's freedom of information act you can now get access to ALL

speed camera offences registered in the last 12 months.


Did you know that every time your car goes past a speed camera,even 1mph

over the set limit, it is registered and put on a database? You only get

a ticket if you are way over the limit or, (this is the bit that I

didn't know) if you receive over 10 near misses, you will be classed as

a serial offender and get a ticket the next time you go just over the



This is why you hear of people being done for 34mph in a 30mph limit

area, whilst others doing 39 do not. You can check what has been

registered against your vehicle at the following web address:




You may be asked for a password, but just click on the need a Password

link and you will be given one for future use. Or just enter your car




If there is any data on your vehicle you can click on the camera window

to see a copy of the photograph.


Hope it's useful.

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Something strikes me as dodgy about this: -

Heart Internet Network
United Kingdom

Jonathan Brealey
2 Castle Quay, Castle Boulevard, Nottingham. NG7 1FW
phone: +44.8456447750

Jonathan Brealey
2 Castle Quay, Castle Boulevard, Nottingham. NG7 1FW
phone: +44.8456447750

Source: whois.ripe.net


You would expect the domain to be registered to a government agency, not an individual... and the lack of .gov domain makes me suspicious.

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:lol: :lol:


Nice site, thought I was done for speeding in Middlesborough and I've never been there, omg 82mph in a 70mph zone :o


Great site :P

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Prolly a good thing you can't get North American vehicles in the UK easily.....


Would likely break a few limits regardless of where you are.


Used to love it when I got a late-night bar-close call as a cabbie, and one of the brit-army trainee's asked me how fast I could get him back to camp, for row-call. 35 km's, mountain roads, all I asked was that he buckled up, and didn't toss his cookies. Last one I took up that hill got there in less than 8 minutes. He asked. Next time I saw him, he didn't ask, he also didn't leave quite so late. ;)

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