Police expand infrared lighting on Speed detection vans

Authored by News Desk

Devon and Cornwall Police have recently introduced Infrared ‘low Light’ camera technology within Plymouth and have now expanded their innovative equipment across the Force area.

The use of such use technology intends to reduce the amount of fatal and serious road traffic collisions on Devon and Cornwall roads.

Marcus Laine, Operations Manager for the Peninsula Road Safety...

Lateness the main reason why Brits speed on the road

Authored by Mike Page

With the Easter holiday period drawing to a close many of us will be fitting back into our usual routine of waking up, getting ready for work, some of us rushing to get the kids ready for school and flying out the door desperate to avoid being late.

It seems that many of us, in a bid to shave off precious time from our journeys, speed up in the car naturally putting ourselves, and...

Drivers urged to take extra care this summer

Authored by Mary

In summertime throughout Devon and Somerset the roads become busier than ever as holiday makers arrive. Watching your speed is important throughput the year but Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service is asking all road users to take extra care during the summer months.

According to the latest Statistics from Road Casualties Great Britain, in 2013 speed was involved in...

Campaign launched to target speeding and careless drivers

Authored by George Dawson

Road safety charity Brake is today launching a campaign calling on all road users to look out for each other, to help stop the five deaths and 61 serious injuries that happen every day on UK roads, and particularly to protect people on foot and bike.

The call comes at the start of Road Safety Week, coordinated by Brake, during which police across the country will be stepping up traffic...

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