North Yorkshire Police are continuing to clock drivers breaking the speed limits by huge margins across the county.
They have released some of the latest readings during their speeding crackdown.
The police traffic bureau said on Twitter: “Throughout summer 2022, we have unfortunately captured a number of high speeds across the county.”
They have provided this summary of some of the offences and outcomes that have come from the courts.
These are the most serious breaches of the law which are “within summons criteria and will be dealt with directly via court”.
70mph zone – 303 offences within court criteria (96mph and above)
- 128mph – A19 between Thirsk and A172 121mph – A64 between York and Malton
- 118mph – A64 between York and Malton – 56 day Disqualification, £946 fine and costs
- 117mph – A19 between Thirsk and A172
60mph zone – 195 offences within court criteria (86mph and above)
- 134mph – B1222 Stillingfleet; court outcome – 112 day disqualification, £405 fine and costs
- 120mph – A59 nr Skipton
- 114mph – A169 between Pickering and Scarborough
50mph zone – 43 offences within court criteria (76mph and above)
- 90mph – A165 nr Scarborough
- 87mph – A66 nr Scotch Corner
40mph zone – 9 offences within court criteria (66mph and above)
- 76mph – B6479 Langcliffe – court outcome – 6 points, £559 fine and costs (speed and no insurance)
- 68mph – A64 between Malton and Scarborough
30mph zone – 78 offences within court criteria (51mph and above)
- 66mph – Scarborough
- 64mph – A168 nr Northallerton
- 62mph – B1257 south of Stokesley.