Three drivers have been fined and given points on their licenses for breaking speed limits when leaving London on the A40 in the past month.
At Oxfordshire Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday April 26, Percy Ahomka Sey, 34, of Kestrel Way, Bicester, was found guilty of driving a Mercedes near Terrick Street, Shepherds Bush, on the A40 near of Paddington Green at over 30 mph in breach of a temporary maximum speed restriction.
His speed on September 9, 2021 was recorded by camera at 36 mph. He received a level three fine and three points on his licence.
At the same court on Wednesday March 30, Aaron Daniel Reid, 35, of Sandy Lane, Oxford, was found guilty of driving a BMW between Terrick Street, Shepherds Bush, to the A40 near Paddington Green over 30 mph in violation of a temporary maximum speed restriction.
The speed recorded by the camera on January 7, 2021 was 36 mph. He was fined £186 and three points on his licence. He must pay a victim surcharge of £34 and £160 to the Crown Prosecution Service, making a total of £380.
At the same court on Monday April 11, Daniel Comrie Scott, 41, of Andersey Way, Abingdon, was found guilty of exceeding a temporary speed limit of 30mph for roadworks.
On September 16, 2021 in Shepherds Bush he drove a Mercedes on the A40 near North Wharf Road W2 to Dorando Close W12 at speeds in excess of 30 miles per hour.
The speed recorded by the camera was 35 mph. He was fined £215, made to pay a victim fine surcharge of £34 plus costs of £90, making a total of £339. He got three points on his license.