Plan For New Speeding Penalties To Be Brought Before Cabinet This Morning
Plans for new speeding penalties will be brought before cabinet this morning.
The changes would see drivers fined depending on how much over the speed limit they are.
Anyone breaking the limit by more than 30 kilometres an hour could be prosecuted and fined €2,000.
Donna Price, whose 18 year old son was killed in a road crash in 2006, says the proposals are welcome:
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