Average Speed Cameras - How Do They Work?

When driving through roadworks where there are a series of average speed cameras - 4 for example, is the average speed calculated between each camera in turn (1 to 2, 2 to 3, etc ) and so technically you could get 4 tickets, or is the overall average speed calculated between the first and last used to trigger a fine?

Asked on 29 November 2012 by Tim_W

Answered by Honest John
Camera to camera but it is fed into central date so you would only get one ticket.
Similar questions
Is there any way to find a route from Bookham Surrey to Newcastle upon Tyne which avoids all the SMART suicidal motorways ?
We were stopped in a 50mph average speed limit roadworks for 20 minutes. My co-driver maintains that she could drive much faster than 50mph as only the average speed was being measured over the distance...
Hi! I read, I think in the Telegraph, recently that the "safety" cameras on the M25 haven't even been commissioned, let alone turned on! Is this true?

Value my car

Save £75 on Warranty using code HJ75

with MotorEasy

Get a warranty quote

Save 12% on GAP Insurance

Use HJ21 to save on an ALA policy

See offer