Motorists still untrusting of speed cameras

The IAM’s annual speed camera survey has found that the majority of drivers think that speed cameras are a good idea, but nearly half don’t trust them

The survey of 1000 motorists also discovered that nearly 3/4 think that speed awareness courses are also a good idea, preferring training over fines and points. Compared to 2007, speed cameras are more acceptable and 85% of public opinion thinks that their implementation has contributed to the reduction in road deaths since the 1990s.

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