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National Speed Enforcement

More activity will be evident over the next few weeks as part of a three-week national enforcement campaign, which runs from the 7th January until 27th. 

The campaign aims to: 

  • Reduce the number of people killed or seriously injured on UK roads
  • Tackle irresponsible and dangerous drivers committing speeding offences
  • Increase awareness of the dangers of speeding among road users
  • Encourage motorists to drive at speeds that are safe for the road environment and to always adhere to speed limits.

Lancashire Road Safety Partnerhip with Lancashire Roads Police will be undertaking educational and enforcement activities across the three weeks to try and reduce the number of casualties and fatalities on Lancashire’s roads. 

Speeding is one of the fatal four offences for motorists in Lancashire and the partnership runs enforcement campaigns throughout the year. If prosecuted for speeding, the minimum penalty is a £100 fine and three penalty points. You could be disqualified from driving if you build up 12 or more penalty points within a period of three years. 

Speed limits are there for a reason, please, slow down.

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