While motorists do not necessarily agree with speed cameras, they are strongly against speeding itself. Three in four agree that 'driving over the limit is potentially dangerous to myself, other road users and pedestrians'.
After that, the remedy begins to polarise motorists:
45% think there should be more severe punishment for those caught speeding. However 30% disagree and over 25% are undecided.
More than a third think speeding should be treated with the same severity as driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, but just under half disagree and almost one in five are on the fence.
6.6 Attitudes to speed limits
6.4 On the road