Motor insurance: Warning given to drivers

Thursday, 31 January 2008

Mobile speed cameras are set to be introduced in Brixington, something local officers have said should minimise dangerous driving.

Such an enforcement will take place after police got a number of complaints from locals, such as those concerning speeding motorists, reports the Exmouth Journal.

The cameras will be placed at sections of Marley Road in the area, as the force attempts to clarify its warning to motorists.

Stuart Penny, Police Community Support Officer, noted that drivers could be using the area as a shortcut.

"We have had lots of complaints regarding speeding traffic along Higher Marley Road over the past six months. It seems people are using the road as a rat-run to get from Woodbury to Exmouth," he told the news provider.

Motorists caught driving above the speed limit may find that their motor insurance premiums are damaged.

West Yorkshire Casualty Reduction Partnership recently stated that a high number of residents in the area support speed cameras.

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