1. How many speeding tickets were issued, with regards to the average and variable speed cameras, on the M6 from junction 7 to 10a between 01 April 2013 and 01 April 2014?
2. What is the standard penalty charge and is there a reduction if paid within a period of time?
1. M6 (Junction 7 to 10a) 01 April 2013 and 01 April 2014:
Average Speed Cameras – 12,867 Notices of Intended Prosecution
Variable Speed Cameras – 4,477 Notices of Intended Prosecution
2. If a person chose a Conditional Offer as their disposal method for their Notice of Intended Prosecution, then the charge was £60.00 up to 16th August 2013 whereby it was then changed by the government to £100. This is a fixed penalty and there are no reductions to it.
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