Analysis of data from the National Driver Offender Retraining scheme found 1.45million people completed a speed awareness course in 2018, that’s up 36% from 1.07million in 2013.
Further analysis showed that people who work for the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme create incredibly dull data.
Motorists caught speeding prefer to attend the classes rather than incur points on their license
even if they had a valid excuse like they were running late and they forgot to record Corrie and didn’t want to miss the start.
The speed awareness courses started in 2010 and had 1.85 people attend in 2018. With compulsory courses costing between £75 and £99
that’s over umm..£85 million no. wait that’s not right…umm…so you take an average and…er…that’s a really lot of money being fed back into police budgets.
Motoring groups have expressed their concern questioning weather of not drivers were becoming cash cows, payment pigs or even money monkeys.
A police spokesman said that the police do not ‘make money’ from the courses before climbing into his gold Bentley police car with specially commissioned orchestral nee-nars.