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From today's Guardian

Speeding fines surge to highest level since 2009

More than 115,000 people fined in England and Wales last year, with South Wales seeing number of offenders triple
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Last week the Institution of Engineering and Technology said in the future the speed at which cars can travel may be altered to fit the driver’s experience, and the development of driverless cars may mean an end to speeding.

“Within 15 years, we predict that the performance of cars could be altered to fit the driver,” the institution said.

“Speeding may become a thing of the past as cars are likely to be fitted with speed-limiting devices.”

That won't be driving, that is becoming a passenger in a driverless car, glad I'm old enough that it will not affect me.
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