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New Drivers Packs for Scottish Learners
Free driver packs are being given out to learner drivers across Scotland as part of an initiative funded by the Scottish Safety Camera Programme, to provide information to new drivers. Packs will be distributed via test centres for ADIs to give to their pupils.
A9 Average Speed Cameras
Cameras are now in operation on the A9 between Dunblane and Inverness to improve safety on the road. A 50mph speed limit trial for HGVs also came into force between Perth and Inverness, with a view to reducing driver frustration.
Car drivers are being reminded that the speed limit is 60mph on single carriageways and 70mph on dual carriageways. Click on this news headline above to find out more information on the cameras from the A9 Safety Group.
Know Your Limits
Free dashboard speed limit stickers offered to local businesses to raise awareness of the lower speed limits that apply to light good vehicles on national speed limit roads.
Tayside Safety Camera Partnership
On this website you can find information about the Partnership’s work, news and road safety campaigns as well as useful speed limit information and details of cameras and enforcement locations.
Tayside Safety Camera Partnership (TSCP) aims to reduce the number of people killed or injured in road traffic collisions on roads in Tayside and encourage drivers to drive safely and appropriately within the speed limit.
TSCP is a partnership of Police Scotland, Angus Council, Dundee City Council, Perth and Kinross Council and Transport Scotland. Supporting partners are Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, NHS Tayside and the Scottish Ambulance Service.
If you’ve been detected speeding and received a notice of potential points on your licence and a £100 fine, you can find useful information on the process involved and answers to your questions.
As a motorist you should always know the speed limits for the roads you are driving on. This can alter depending on the vehicle you are driving and the type of road you are travelling on. Make sure you ‘Know your limits’ at all times and check out our speed limit table.