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Speed Camera Positions In Notts

Good Morning Fellow Pirates….

Here’s a quick heads up on where the Speed Cameras in Notts will be for week commencing 24th August 2015.

Week commencing 24th August 2015

  • A60 Nottingham Rd/Mansfield Rd, Ravenshead
  • B6023 Mansfield Rd, Sutton in Ashfield
  • A6117 Old Milll Lane, Mansfield
  • A6191 Southwell Rd West, Mansfield
  • Church Hill, Kirkby in Ashfield, Notts
  • A60 Carlton in Lindrick/Costhorpe
  • B6040 Retford Rd, Worksop 40 limit section
  • A631 Gringley to Beckingham (Nr Mutton Lane)
  • A17 Sleaford Road, Coddington
  • Raymoth Lane, Thievesdale Lane and Farmers Branch, Worksop
  • A610 Alfreton Rd, Nottingham
  • A611 Hucknall Rd, Nottingham
  • A6005 Castle Boulevard/Abbey Bridge/University Boulevard, Nottingham
  • A6514 Valley Road, Nottingham
  • Glaisedale Drive, Bilborough, Nottingham
  • Beechdale Road (Robins Wood Rd- Strelley Rd), Nottingham
  • Nottingham Rd / Leake Rd, Gotham
  • A608 Church Lane, Brinsley
  • Coppice Road, Arnold
  • Clifton Road, Ruddington

Here are a few details that may help you understand the guidelines a little better


Speed Limits

What will happen if I get caught speeding?
If a car is seen speeding, the registered keeper will receive a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) detailing the offence, and a document called a Section 172 notice.

You must respond within 28 days, using the Section 172 notice to nominate the person who was driving at the time of the alleged speeding offence. Not doing so is a separate, specific offence which could lead to a fine and penalty points being added to your driving licence.

If you were stopped by the police for speeding, the officer can give you a verbal warning of prosecution instead. A NIP is not required if the offence happened as part of a road traffic accident.

If you receive a speeding ticket

With most minor speeding offences, when you return the NIP, you’ll receive a Conditional Offer of a Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN).

You can choose either to pay this and accept the penalty points or, if you don’t think the speeding ticket is correct, contest the speeding charge in court.

When deciding whether to contest a speeding charge, you should bear in mind that, in court, the prosecution’s role is simply to prove that a driver was speeding.

Defences such as you did not intend to speed, didn’t know you were speeding or you only exceeded the speed limit for a short time will not be taken into consideration.

Drive responsibly……