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Speeding convictions

1 September 2006

COMPANY car drivers could be among those targeted as part of a new campaign against motorists who escape speeding convictions by exploiting legal loopholes.

And a crackdown on persistent offenders could identify drivers who are more likely to lie about the number of penalty points they have on their driving licences, some experts say.

South Yorkshire police chief constable and RoadSafe board member, Mydd Hughes, head of road policing for the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), warned that drivers suspected of persistently breaking the law would be watched closely.

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