Motor insurance: Music fans given speeding warning

Monday, 02 June 2008

Festival-goers in Scotland have been warned that they should not break the speed limit when driving to the gathering, something that could impact on their motor insurance.

Organisers of the Rock Ness event stated that drivers ought to watch out for speed cameras on a road close to the site, reports the BBC.

The Northern Safety Camera Partnership asserted that almost 500 drivers were caught out in 2007 on the A9.

But it failed to reveal the percentage of those who were travelling to or from the event itself.

"Don't let it be you, keep within the speed limit - drive safe, stay safe," the festival's online site urged.

In past years, many famous names have been on the bill of Rock Ness - which takes place on the banks of the Loch of the same name - including Fatboy Slim, Daft Punk, the Chemical Brothers and Manic Street Preachers.

This year, the biggest acts are Razorlight, Editors and the Cribs, who will perform across different stages over two days.

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