I am not perfect as I described above
It would be best to set the cameras to 30.0 mph, that would catch the big fish AND the small fish. Instead of aiming for 30 mph as a standard speed one could aim for 25 max
Anything that reduces speeds is welcome, right?[/quote]
Upto now the margin for error afforded to drivers is 10% over the posted limit,AIUI what's been proposed is zero tolerance ie;no margin for error.
This approach will not catch anymore criminals,nor will it stop the ones who habitually break the law as a matter of course.
It will do sod all to ban the drivers with umpteen points on their licences and it won't stop the dangerous loonies I encounter daily,nor will it catch and bring to book those who intimidate cyclists,or the ones who drive with defective lights,bald tyres,no insurance,VED,MOT or licence.
It won't because there is in sufficient police to do the job in hand and it won't catch them on camera because mostly there's no camera in the box in static cameras.
Mobile cameras may catch a few more doing 31+mph in a 30limit whilst the the real criminals laugh their socks off.
That's the reality of it it's a joke,window dressing,making it look like the government is interested when they aren't.
There's this room,inside there's this elephant,it seems to have the ability to make itself invisible
NOTE,I've no idea why the quote isn't highlighted