Speeding fines rise to 175pc of weekly wages from Monday


by The Telegraph

Drivers caught speeding will face tougher penalties of up to 175pc of their weekly income under new rules introduced on Monday.

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Mail Online reports:

As speeding fines rise, how the law has changed over the years

The higher fines mean any motorists found guilty of the most serious speeding offences may have to cough-up one-and-a-half times their weekly pay.

The Telegraph reports:

Speeding drivers could be fined nearly double their weekly income as penalties are hiked

New sentencing powers aimed at deterring speeding drivers will come into force next week with the worst offenders facing big increases in fines.

The Telegraph reports:

The truth about speeding fines – plus new higher penalties from next week

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