Quarter of Humber speeding resulted in fines netting £1.3m in…

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Quarter of Humber speeding resulted in fines netting £1.3m in…

Around a quarter of speeding offences detected in the Humber resulted in penalties in the last 12 months, according to police figures. Humberside Police data from a freedom of information request showed 13,544 £100 fixed penalty notices were handed out from November to November 2022-3 out of 48,718 offences detected. The fines netted more than £1.3m and equate to around 37 issued a day across the Humber, according to figures requested by PersonalInjuryClaimsUK.org.uk. Safer Roads Humber spokesperson Ruth Gore said national data showed the actual scale of speeding was far higher than those detcted with half of drivers exceeding 30mph limits. An average of 34 people are killed and 547 are seriously injured on Humber roads every year, according to Safer Roads Humber. READ MORE: Woman, 74, dies two days after being struck by car on Spring Bank Man's lucky escape after overshooting Hessle Road roundabout More than half, 51 per cent, of those caught speeding on camera are offered a driver education course at a cost of £95 instead of prosecution. Around 8 per cent of those caught on camera every year go to court. It is mostly eithe
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