BRITAIN'S Transport Minister has said the Government is to put a stop to any plans for new 'cash cow' fixed speed cameras. In a raft of cutbacks announced this week by the new Government, Transport Minister Mike Penning told MPs yesterday of plans
the Government almost £200 per minute in revenue. The Tories claim only 712,753 fines were issued in their last year in power.With the cost of a Fixed Penalty Notice having risen from £40 to £60 in 2000, this has meant that the cash raised increased from £28
OFFICIALS IN Arizona have decommissioned the US state's entire speed camera network after complaints they were only in place to generate revenue and intrude on people's privacy.The scheme has generated more than $76 million (£50 million) since its introduction in October 2008 and...
'cash cow' cameras high on the Government's agenda. Officials, however, have hinted that many of the cameras to be decommissioned won't disappear altogether and will be left up as a deterrent to speeding motorists.Road safety minister Mike Penning said
THE wonder of the internet means documents that once could only have been found by rooting through reams of hidden paperwork or scrolling endless microfilm rolls are available to anyone who cares to look. But as far as we know no publication has ever revealed these images showing...
cameras which, I feel, are a blatant tax on the motorist. "They are being used as a cash cow. I do take exception to the positioning of some mobile speed cameras. They are designed to raise revenue. "I think enough is enough. There are much more important
for 2010 Marco Melandri – confirmed for 2010 Ducati Marlboro TeamCasey Stoner – confirmed for 2010Nicky Hayden – a cash cow for Ducati, Nicky is a salesman’s dream in the US and brings in Ducati bike sales in the key market of North America, a highlighted
turned to Red and said:"I wanna rent a bike! There's gotta be some hellacious roads up there.""I know," she said dubiously. "But we're dangerously short of cash.""I want a bike," I insisted, digging up a cherished copy of John Herman's Motorcycle Tours
strangers face a punishing event that brings them all together in a rousing finale. The focus is on not only completing the adventure, but also handing over a considerable quantity of cash at the end of it to established charities. £228,000 was shared
Holy cow it was cold. Winter had appeared overnight and I was woefully unprepared in one-piece leathers and a paddock jacket. I was so chilled I was passing through the portal into the murky limbo existence of the truly frozen. You know, the one
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