Radars will flash at 80kph even if signs still say 90

Radar speed camera
Not all signs will be replaced but radars will still issue fines

Speed limits change to take place from July 1

Speed limits on more than one million kilometres of road will be cut from 90kph to 80kph on July 1 but while many signs have not yet been changed drivers still face fines as radars have been updated and will send fines no matter what the sign says.

Motorists in Seine-et-Marne, Tarn-et-Garonne, Eure, Doubs and Vendée need to be aware as they have the most fixed radars affected, ranging from 40 in Vendée to 47 in ...

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