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Due to a reduction in speeding fine revenues because of the lack of road use during the shutdown a fortnight long 'major speeding crackdown' has started today. Sorry, too cynical. As of Monday 25th May, forces will 'step up visible speed enforcement activity for the following two weeks... The operation has been prompted by the partial lifting of Coronavirus-related lockdown regulations, with an increasing number of people returning to the roads as a result'. Full SP here - https://www.bmf.co.uk/news/show/police-to-launch-major-speeding-crackdown So expect to see speed cameras in the convenient lay-by at the bottom of that long, gentle NSL down hill stretch, or on the wide country road that has been at NSL since Herbert Austin was a lad but has mysteriously been changed to 50mph in the last few months (again, is this too cynical?). Either way just keep an eye out folks and keep steady, particularly on that long drive between Westminster and Durham, you don't want to add to your misery.
Anyone here heard of 'Road Driver'? It's a site, where amongst other things, members of the public can report bad or dangerous driving. I'm not sure whether this is a good thing or not but I imagine the police take no action against it.