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Leicestershire A6 Speed Camera Location

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Nearest Town/Village: Market Harborough
Road Name: A6
Direction of enforcement: Both directions
Speed Limit: 60mph
Camera reference number: EML006

Speed Camera Details: There are no permanent cameras in Market Harborough. There are, however, regular speed traps set on the A6 Market Harborough bypass between the 'McDonalds' roundabout and the 'Corby' roundabout. It is usually in the form of an unmarked car (usually a Volvo estate) parked in one of two secluded farm gateways at either end of the bypass. It is more likely that they set-up at the McDonalds end (Leicester bound), as the gate way has a concrete driveway and policemen don't like getting their shoes muddy!. There are tripod mounted radar gun hidden on the verge activated by rubber strips fixed to the road. Speed limit is 60mph, suggest sticking to this for the duration of this section of the bypass. These cameras are virtually impossible to see until you are upon them.

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