About 1,000 drivers a month are being caught by the busiest speed camera in Wales.
The 30mph limit on Newport Road near the junction with Colchester Avenue is raising £100,000 a month for the UK Government, more than three times the next busiest camera on North Road, Cardiff.
Vauxhall is trying to contact hundreds of thousands of British drivers, over worries their Zafira models from 2005 to 2014 could catch fire.
More than 130 owners have reported overheating problems behind the glove-box area of models with manual air conditioning systems, some of which have resulted in fires, possibly after modifications were made during service by non-franchised garages but a full recall has not yet been ordered.
Nissan and Ecotricity, who operate Europe’s biggest and most comprehensive rapid charging network, have called on the UK government to introduce official road signage for the UK’s growing number of standard and rapid EV charging points.
They point out there are 9,000 UK charging points but none are signed from the road, although official toad crossing points are shown at 140 locations.
Chaos has returned to Calais, warn the FTA.
It wants greater protection for commercial vehicle drivers who are being threated and stoned by migrants without adequate policing of the port area and roads leading to it.