Wednesday, 8 October 2008

When in France

550,000 Britons are flashed by French cameras every year. And although foreign motorists only make up five per cent of traffic on French roads, they are responsible for 27 per cent of all speeding offences. Most Britons pulled are usually doing between 90mph and 100mph.

When driving in France, Britons should also be aware that it is illegal to possess speed camera detection devices which can be confiscated on the spot.

Unlike Britain, where it is perfectly legal to advertise, sell and use devices designed to evade speed cameras. So much for the blood-drenched hypocritical farce of 'road safety'...