HUGE JUMP IN NUMBER OF LOCAL DRIVERS CAUGHT BY MOBILE SPEED CAMERAS

There’s been an astronomical rise in the number of Tamworth drivers caught by mobile speed cameras – since signage was removed.

Residents copped $100,000 in fines over the past financial year – compared with around $8,400 in the previous 12 months.

At Narrabri – there was a ten-fold increase to $90,000.

The only area which saw a drop was Moree – with a total of $5,000 in revenue.

The state government this week announced it will reinstate signage.

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