AA releases advice on speed camera myths

The AA has produced a new guide explaining speed cameras, why they’re there and why people can’t cheat them. “It’s a tired stereotype that drivers think of speed cameras as the enemy,” the introduction reads. “In June 2019, our Populus poll asked Members if it was acceptable to use speed cameras to identify vehicles involved […]

Industry reacts to scrapping of new smart motorways

Following the Prime Minister’s decision to rule out the building of new smart motorways, the industry has been giving its reaction. Max Sugarman, Chief Executive at Intelligent Transport Systems UK (ITS UK), said: “Whilst we acknowledge that the Government will stop construction of all new smart motorways, it is important to note that these roads […]

AA warns Highway Code changes could lead to more rear-end crashes

There’s a warning changes to the Highway Code mean drivers will now have to stop for pedestrians waiting to cross at junctions, with the AA warning that means motorists would be at risk of being rear-ended. The new rules, which came into force over the weekend, mean drivers will have more responsibility to look out […]

AA warns of Birmingham CAZ confusion

The AA is warning that there could be extra minor shunts in Birmingham if drivers try to take last-minute detours to avoid the city’s new £8 charge for entering its clean air zone. Birmingham Live reports that it has counted 40 different signs in the run-up to the zone as you drive from the busy […]


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