For those that have been on the Keyline rally before, or are frequent drivers in Europe, you may know that if you set off a fixed “radar” speed camera in France/Spain then there was pretty much zero chance of a fine landing on your doorstep.
That has now however all changed. As from today, the UK exemption from sharing vehicle owner details is up. This means that the French authorities can now request the registered keeper details from the DVLA for any UK vehicle caught speeding and issue a fine.
Fines can be up to €750 and are levied against the keeper of the vehicle, not who was actually driving at the time (unlike in the UK)
So if you see these signs, watch your speed (as you should do at all times):