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Speed Awareness Courses

Speed is one of the main factors in fatal road accidents, and directly contributes to thousands of deaths on our roads every year, a factor behind the Police’s enforcement of speed limits with the use of speed cameras.

If you have been caught speeding, the TTC Group offers two Police referred Speed Awareness Courses as part of the Government’s National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS). These courses are:

  • National Speed Awareness Course (NSAC) and;
  • National Speed Awareness Course 20 MPH (NSAC20).

The National Speed Awareness course is designed to cover appropriate offences detected by Automatic Camera Devices and Police Officers at the roadside for offenders who exceed the speed limit by no more than 10% plus 9 miles per hour, therefore if you are caught speeding in a 30 mph limit you will typically only be eligible for this course if you are travelling between 35 and 42 mph. However, if you have been caught speeding in a 20 mph restricted zone you will not be eligible to attend this course. To book a National Speed Awareness course click here.

The 20 mph National Speed Awareness Course is currently a pilot scheme operating in Gwent & South Wales, North Wales and Avon & Somerset. The scheme aims to create safer environments for vulnerable road users and help reduce the speed at which people drive in 20 mph areas by encouraging them to alter their attitudes towards excessive or inappropriate speed. To book a 20mph National Speed Awareness course click here.


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