HC Deb 17 April 1934 vol 288 c894
72. Captain Sir WILLIAM BRASS

asked the Home Secretary into what fund the money collected by fines from motorists for exceeding the local speed limit recently imposed in and around Oxford city is paid; and whether the money is retained locally and used in relief of rates or to pay for extra police in the area, or paid into the Treasury to the credit of the Road Fund?


The fines are applied in the same manner as other fines imposed under the Road Traffic Act, 1930, that is, they are payable to the Exchequer and an equivalent sum is placed to the credit of the Road Fund.