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Local Democracy Reporting Service
One Devon speed camera caught more nearly 19,000 drivers breaking the speed limit in the last three years.
The camera on the A386 Alma Road in Plymouth was activated a total of 18,838 in 2016, 2017 and 2018.
The road, which is two lanes of dual carriageway, has a 30mph speed limit.
Over the three-year period, the camera was activated once every 105 minutes, although the number of activations also includes emergency service vehicles attending call outs.
The camera was also the one across Devon and Cornwall that led to the most most Fixed Penalty Notices being issued during the period.
There were 3,116 issued, with other motorists caught breaking the speed limit either offered a speed awareness course or sent to court due to the severity of the offence.
A Freedom of Information Request to Devon and Cornwall Police asked for the roads on which the top 10 highest recorded speeding offences took place.
The highest recorded speed was on the A30 at Victoria in Cornwall, in which a motorist was caught doing 126mph on the 70mph road.
Information provided by the force also revealed that in 2018, there were 293 speeding offences where motorists were caught doing over 100mph, an increase on the 258 in 2017.
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