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Oxfordshire M40 Speed Camera Location

Speed Camera: VECTOR
Nearest Town/Village: Wheatly Services
Road Name: M40
Direction of enforcement: North and Southbound
Speed Limit: 70mph
Camera reference number: SEO028

Speed Camera Details: New VECTOR average speed camera setup has appeared on the M40 north and southbound. On the Northbound side the final camera is just before the A40 turn-off and on the South side the final camera is just after joining the M40 from A40.

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