Attendees of this year's British Motor Show were graced with the generosity of the Midlands Safety Camera Partnership, a group that handed out free interactive CDs identifying the region's speed traps. The goal of this distribution (and the UK's general policy of not trying to trick motorists) is to improve safety by honestly detailing where speed limits will be enforced. It marks the first time the Camera Partnership has openly revealed the locations of all its sites. If you are in the UK, you can grab a copy by calling 01604 635157.
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