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New Reports Show Enforcement Cameras Reduce Car Accidents in Scotland

Tayside Safety Camera Partnership has welcomed the publication of a new report which shows that there has been a large reduction of car accidents in Scotland.

The Key Scottish Safety Camera Statistics report showed that the number of people seriously injured at safety camera sites around Scotland had fallen for that last three years consecutively. 

On average the number of people killed in areas where safety cameras are present has fallen by 68% and collisions involving personal injuries have reduced from an average of 1,054 to 547, which is a reduction of 48%. 

A spokesperson from the Tayside Safety Camera Partnership said, “These figures show that the highly visible deterrent effect of safety cameras continues to make a crucial contribution to improving driving behaviour. Four out of five people in Scotland support the use of safety cameras to help to make roads safer.”

A spokesperson from RoSPA Road Safety also confirmed that the report showed positive results: 

“These figures show that the highly visible deterrent effect of safety cameras continues to make a crucial contribution to improving driving behaviour. Four out of five people in Scotland support the use of safety cameras to help to make roads safer.”

If you have recently been involved in a car accident that wasn’t your fault, or suffered a personal injury, did you know that you could be entitled to compensation? 

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