New sentencing rules mean serious speeding offences will be met with a 'clear increase in penalty'.Read the full story ›
The man helped drivers dodge speeding fines in a scam that earned him up to £100,000, according to police.Read the full story ›
Two of Britain's worst speeding offenders were caught going as fast as 146mph on the M25 in Kent.Read the full story ›
The Justice Minister Jeremy Wright said new rules would allow magistrates to impose unlimited fines for the first time, as he also announced that the maximum motorway speeding fine could rise to £10,000.
The proposed changes will also allow judges to impose unlimited fines for the first time where there is currently a maximum of £5,000.
Magistrates are the cornerstone of our justice system and these changes will provide them with greater powers to deal with the day-to-day offences that impact their local communities.
A third of Britain's drivers are unfamiliar with basic road signs, while many others are prone to speeding, a new survey suggests.Read the full story ›
Former England international footballer Jermaine Jenas has been fined more than £600 and given six penalty points for failing to supply information to police following a speeding offence.
The 30-year-old, who plays for Queens Park Rangers in the Championship, failed to confirm he was the driver of a Porche that was clocked at 37mph in a 30mph limit in Nottingham last November.
While the speeding offence was withdrawn, Jenas was ordered to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £60, along with the fine, for failing to hand his details to police.
Thousands of motorists could have their motorway speeding convictions overturned because of the font used on some variable speed limit signs may not have complied with traffic regulations.
The numbers displayed on some variable speed limit signs on the M42 were taller and narrower than the regulations, according to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).
At least 11,000 fixed penalties were issued to motorists breaking the variable speed limit between junctions 7 and 9 of the M42 last year, according to the BBC.
A driver from Lincolnshire caught on camera doing a 113 miles per hour in a 60 zone has been banned from the roads for six months and fined for careless driving.
David Judd, who's 30, admitted in court that he had "driven like an idiot" on the A631 in Market Rasen.