Examples of crashes and astonishing near-misses caught on drivers' dashcams have been released by police to discourage erratic driving.
Forces in Norfolk and Suffolk said they received about 150 videos a month from the public - double the amount from last year.
About 75% of footage has led to drivers being warned, sent on driving courses or dealt with through the courts.
BikeSafe - Bridging the Gap, an initiative undertaken by the four Welsh Police Forces, supported by Central and Local Government, helps to assess and advise motorcyclists on how to get the best from their riding, whilst maintaining safety. Motorcyclists are 40 times more likely to be killed than a car driver; therefore it is vital that riders take the opportunity for extra training to ensure they are able to protect themselves on the road. Visit the BikeSafe website for more information and to book.
A website all about safe motorcycling in Wales written and managed by professional bikers for bikers can be viewed here
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Speed limits are there for your safety. It doesn't mean you can go 35, 37 or 40+ just because you're in a rush. If the limit is 30mph, that is the absolute maximum you can travel.
The minimum penalty for speeding is a £100 fine and 3 penalty points added to your licence.Richard Leonard
Doing 35 in a 30 over 1 mile you make up 18seconds... To make up that 18 seconds you have to travel 17miles non stop!!! Is it worth it??