The number of people fined for speeding in London fell to its lowest level in five years, according to Ministry of Justice figures.
But the number of people fined in the capital was still higher than anywhere else in the country.
The figure for England and Wales was the highest since 2009 with just over 115,000 people convicted.
In the areas of London covered by the Metropolitan Police the number fell to 7,736.
Those found guilty of a speeding offence must pay a minimum of £100 and will have three penalty points added to their licences.
Edmund King, the president of the AA, added the introduction of digital cameras mean the devices are now working all day long.