It’s that time of the month when GoSafe start cracking down on speedy motorists with their mobile speed cameras.

And the heads-up for Ceredigion’s roads have been confirmed as:- A484/Llechryd; B4570/Cwmcou; A475/Llandyfriog; A475/Aberbanc; A475/Penrhiwllan; B4334/Brynhoffnant; A475/Drefach; B4337/Alltyblaca; A475/Llanwnnen; B4337/Cribyn; A485/Llangybi; B4342/New Quay; A487/Greenland Terrace/Aberaeron; A485/Llanilar; A44/Ponterwyd; A487/Llanfarian; A487/Antaron Avenue/Aberystwyth; A487/Bow Street; A487/Rhydypennau/School Layby.

GoSafe operate with a number of marked vans and motorcycles which are staffed by fully trained police staff or police officers, who monitor the speed of vehicles passing the vans.

Once they form the opinion that the vehicle is exceeding the speed limit, they use equipment to record it, often resulting in prosecution

A device called a Speedscope can be trained on vehicles up to 1,000 metres away, although most work is carried out far closer, GoSafe says.

The time, date, speed, distance, site coding and direction that  the vehicle is travelling from the checkpoint is recorded on the image and then produced to the offending driver.