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A Fatal Motorcycle Accident, UK Road Traffic Legislation Since 1903 and Recent Changes in the Law
Journal of Forensic Research
The risks of traveling by motorcycle are well recognized, both in terms of excess speed and relative lack of physical protection. Legislation since 1903 has been on-going to try to reduce the carnage on the roads and to recognize the financial problems that such a death leaves behind for the families of the victim. An overview of speed cameras currently in use is given with the more frequent use of ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) cameras for surveillance of known and suspecteddoi:10.4172/2157-7145.1000125 fatcat:lawl2zntfrfnbduggykp6rv5ly