Just a cautionary note to all you fellow motorists who venture onto the A30 Exeter-Okehampton stretch of dual carriageway. There was I cruising along, keeping up with everybody else in the overtaking lane passing a string of HGV's (who obscured the little white van in the layby) at about 85mph (solo of course!) a speed which most solo motorists cruise at on the motorways and dual c/ways. Two weeks later in drops a Notice of Prosecution from the wrongly named "Safety Camera Partnership" who clocked me at 84mph. I NEVER speed in towns and villages, but I do get a move on, on M/ways & fast mainroads. It was a bright sunny dry day with excellent visibility, my car has a quoted top speed of 144mph, I've been driving for 34 years - about 40,000 miles per annum, so can someone please explain what is unsafe?? Why don't the police dedicate more time to catching the boy racers near where I live who regularly do tyre burning wheelies from the T/lights, or those idiots who don't put their lights on in the rain/dusk/forget to switch rear fogs off etc? That's the 3rd time I've been done this year, each time within 10-15 mph of the national 70mph limit, twice by mobile speed cameras, and I'm really cheesed off with it. Any other thoughts?