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Speed and vehicle safety checks being carried out by Police Scotland officers on roads in the Highlands


By Philip Murray

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A police officer monitors vehicle speeds near Beauly.
A police officer monitors vehicle speeds near Beauly.

POLICE have been carrying out speed and vehicle safety checks across the Highlands – and have urged motorists to be 'winter ready'.

In recent days police patrols, armed with speed guns, have been posted to a range of locations, including Beauly, Fort Augustus and the A82.

"Officers are carrying out speed checks and providing winter safety advice," said a police spokesman.

"Is your car winter ready? Please take the time to check."



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