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Kent A2 Speed Camera Location



Speed Camera: VECTOR
Nearest Town/Village: Kidbrooke
Road Name: A2
Direction of enforcement: Eastbound
Speed Limit: 30mph
Camera reference number: SEK112

Speed Camera Details: There are new average speed cameras on the A2 leading into London. Just as you pass the Falconwood and Kidbrooke interchanges all the way to Sun in the Sands. They are set at 30mph and very high up, so you can't see them! The usual limit for this dual carriageway is 50mph.


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