NSW State Government to install mobile speed camera signs | 7NEWS

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Less than a year after removing warning signs in front of mobile speed cameras the State Government has changed tack. It will now install fixed signs to warn drivers in areas where mobile speed cameras have been raking in the fines but critics still say it’s not enough.

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