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Speeding drivers more likely to pay fines if reminded of potential impact of behaviour

Study finds sending an additional letter with penalty notices increased likelihood of payment by 13.7 per cent.

The letter sent out by WMP as part of their trial

The letter sent out by WMP as part of their trial

Date - 15th September 2016
By - Helena Hickey - Police Oracle
Speeding drivers who receive a letter making them more aware of the potential consequences of their behaviour are more likely to pay penalty fines, a trial by one of the country’s largest police forces has found. A study by West Midlands...
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