Speeding motorists have been the focus of police officers across Norfolk and Suffolk this week, as the counties’ forces take part in the latest European-wide week of enforcement on the roads.
The TISPOL speeding campaign started on Monday, and runs until Sunday.
Chief Inspector Chris Spinks said: “Speeding is one of the ‘Fatal Four’ driving offences which make you more likely to be involved in a serious injury or fatal collision. Our motivation is always making our roads safer for people.
“Many drivers see speed limits as an inconvenience; however, they will find it incredibly inconvenient when they are out of pocket by a three-figure sum, with the cost of a fixed penalty notice for speeding rising across the country from £60 to £100 last Friday, on top of the three points on your licence you’ll also get for speeding.”