Brussels authorities have announced plans to install eight new speed enforcement devices by June this year at accident black spots in Jette, Anderlecht, Forest, Auderghem and Uccle. Authorities maintain that the devices will serve as a warning only that motorists are breaking the speed limit. In the Schaerbeek area, existing sophisticated radar devices flash up at speeding drivers the amount of fine they would receive. A list of fixed speed cameras can be found at www.bruxellesmobilit

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