Robot may help drivers save licences if caught in speed trap

Grey speed camera in France beside busy road with traffic passing - shows that camera only flashes from rear
Speed camera radar site beside busy road

Lawyer’s website will contest speeding penalties to avoid motorists losing points 

DRIVERS are being offered a way to save their licences after racking up too many points for speeding – as a company is ready to contest the penalty on their behalf.

With cameras flashing 20million times in 2015 and bringing in nearly €800million in fines, the EasyRad site has opened just as the government has revealed it expects ...

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