Brexit puts an end to the EU Cross-Border Directive on speed camera fines
The changes post Brexit continue to be clarified, the latest of which has suggested that anyone caught speeding in EU Countries are unlikely to have these fines enforced in the UK. Over 500,000 drivers per annum are being caught every year in France and now they would not face enforcement action back in the UK which could cost France as much as 60m Euros.
This new position also works the other way around in that drivers living in EU countries will not be pursued if they were fined here in the UK for speeding or driving offences.
France is seeking a bi-lateral agreement with the UK (similar to the one they have with Switzerland) but this may take years to bring about.
Le Mans Trip anyone?