Thursday, 17 December 2009

London welcomes reckless drivers

The chances of being fined for speeding or jumping a red light in London are among the lowest in the country - despite the capital having the highest number of "spy" cameras, research reveals.

London is seventh from the bottom of the magazine's league table of 42 counties,
which ranks speed and red light camera operations and action taken against motorists driving while uninsured or breaking mobile-phone laws.

And thanks to Mayor Boris Johnson and Sir Paul Stephenson, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, the outlook for reckless, lawless drivers will be even rosier in 2010.