Average speed cameras covering a number of Leicestershire roads could be dismantled and moved to other locations.
Leicestershire County Council has a network of seven sets of cameras, and latest figures show that they caught more than 3,100 drivers flouting speed limits over a five-month period up to the start of last month (April).
However, some of the devices proved to be more prolific than others in issuing £100 penalties to offenders, who also got three points on their licences.
Now County Hall highways officials are deciding whether they are all located in the best locations or whether they could be moved to new roads where speeding traffic is an issue.
Between October 1 last year and the start of April this year, the average speed cameras on the A6 in Oadby were
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