Motorists who flouted variable speed cameras along the M4 around Newport have not been prosecuted since they went operational five years ago.
But now Welsh Government says they will be after the “scoping exercise” to gain knowledge of the cameras’ effectiveness.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles inflated sales figures for US models.
They were then “unwound” by dealers and over 5,000 ghost vehicles were involved, say media but the car-maker has declined to comment.
General Motors may be forced by American regulators to recall another 4.3 million vehicles for potentially defective Takata air bag inflators, at a cost of $550 million (£416.3 million).
GM said in May it would recall 1.9 million and in June expanded that recall to another 600,000 vehicles after a review of ownership data an now says replacing inflators in the 2.5 million vehicles recalled to date will cost as much as $320 million.
WarrantyWise data reveals that the average cost of repair for the most popular brands on its books comes to £603.
Some brands are cheaper to repair than others with Peugeot, Ford and Suzuki leading the way, boasting average costs of £406, £421 and £424 respectively while Porsche, BMW and Subaru all have average repair costs of more than £700.
A total of £65million of vehicles which had been seized for being driven without valid insurance were flagged up to the finance and leasing companies who legally owned them during 2015.
Prior to the introduction of the HPI CrushWatch scheme, these vehicles may have been disposed of without their knowledge.