MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - June 25, 2012) - Motorcycle insurance retailer Swinton Bikes is reminding motorcyclists not to break speed limits when they are out on the roads. This comes at a time when The Government is holding a consultation on increasing the fines for speeding.
Under the proposals The Government wants to increase the fixed penalty notice for speeding from £60 to £90. As well as speeding, the fines would also be handed out for failing to stop at a zebra crossing, tailgating or braking suddenly.
Swinton motorbike insurance are welcoming the increase in fixed penalty notices for speeding as it hopes that it will make the roads safer for motorcyclists.
The proposals, put forward by Transport Minister, Mike Pending will be put through a public consultation before minister decide whether to pursue them.
Anthony Aronin, Head of Swinton Bikes said, "Speeding is irresponsible and dangerous and puts the lives of the motorcyclist, passengers and pedestrians at risk. Motorcyclists should also be aware that if they are convicted of a speeding offence their motorcycle insurance premium may also increase."
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