The UK’s highest earning speed camera locations have been revealed – find out where and how much they’re raking in, here

The top 10 highest earning speed cameras netted an estimated £3.2 million over a 12-month period in 2015 – with one site pulling in £1,600 a day from speeding motorists. Find out there locations and how much they’re earning below. 

Location Yearly earnings
A1 Northbound Great Ponton £606,400
M180, West of River Trent Scunthorpe £583,500
M25 J17-18 Rickmansworth £538,500
M25 J5 Clacket Lane Services Westerham £373,300
A12 Southbound Stratford St Mary £305,400
M25 J18-17 Rickmansworth £255,400
A22 Eastbourne Road, Halland £167,100
Esher Bypass, Hook £149,700
A14 Bythorn Cambridgeshire £121,200
A34 Southbound Milton £63,600


The most profitable speed camera was on the A1 Northbound at Great Ponton, Lincolnshire, which caught more than 6,000 motorists – pulling in £1,661 a day in fines. This top-earner is no more though, as it has been replaced by an average speed check system.

Featuring three times on the top ten list, the M25 is raking in £1.1 million in fines from the three featured locations alone. All three captured 12,122 speeding motorists in a 12-month period in 2015.

Will I get a speeding ticket…what happens after the motorway or A-road flash?

No-one condones speeding, but it’s easy to make mistakes and fall victim to cameras when we’re under stress and attempting to negotiate new routes. Use our easy-to-read guide to find out what happens after they flash, as well as the types of speed cameras you’ll find dotted across the UK…

GUIDE TO THE UK’S SPEED CAMERAS AND WHAT HAPPENS AFTER THE FLASH

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *