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20mph inforcement by fixed camera
DMOH
post Sun, 25 Feb 2024 - 10:25
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In Oxfordshire most of the towns and villages have been designated 20mph zones and the signage changed.
If is correct that the existing fixed Gatso cameras in these 30mph zones cannot be used in enforce the new 20mph.
I presume they are still set for +34mph
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post Sun, 25 Feb 2024 - 15:40
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Depends on the exact camera - but many older gatso’s (type 24) are not type approved for 20mph enforcement.

Whilst type approval isn’t strictly required in reality they are unlikely to enforce.


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