Kill your speed warning

PUBLISHED: 07:16 21 May 2009 | UPDATED: 23:33 15 June 2010

MOTORISTS in Axminster have been urged to cut their speed as police use new equipment to tackle the problem.

MOTORISTS in Axminster have been urged to cut their speed - as police use new equipment to tackle the problem.The device, which will be based in the town at variable times - is called a non-enforceable advisory - and has a large monitor which indicates drivers' speeds.Neighbourhood beat manager Pc Darren Herridge said: "If we catch people speeding they will either be spoken to or they will receive a letter advising them that they have been caught speeding on this equipment." He warned that action would be taken against drivers caught speeding on more than one occasion.


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