Drivers speeding along roads in Stevenage, Hertford, Hatfield and St Albans could have a costly surprise waiting for them.
The Road Policing Unit is targeting people breaking the limit in a two-week crackdown, aimed at raising awareness of the potentially fatal consequences of driving at an inappropriate or illegal speed.
Herts Police say they've drawn up a list of collision hotspots, which include Broadhall Way and Grace Way in Stevenage, as well as Cavendish Way in Hatfield.
Sergeant Ian Manley told BOB fm: "We have established a list of collision hotspots which we will focus on in an attempt to reduce the number of people killed and seriously injured on our roads.
"Year after year we deliver the same messages to slow down, in the hope that one day we won't have to deliver heart-breaking news to families.
"Speeding is proven to be one of the leading causes of collisions so we will continue to do all we can to prevent offences where possible and prosecute those who choose to speed."
The list of areas to be targeted in Hertfordshire includes:
- A602 Broadhall Way, Stevenage
- Grace Way, Stevenage
- B6424 Cavendish Way (Meadow Dell/Briars Wood), Hatfield
- A5183 Frogmore (South of Brimsmead), St Albans
- A5183 Elstree Hill South (North of Sullivan Way, Southbound)
- B462 Aldenham Road (outside the Met Sports Club), Bushey
- A414 St Albans Road (near Longlands), Hemel Hempstead
- B1502 Stanstead Road, Hertford
- A1170 High Road, Hoddesdon/Turnford
- B1383 Stansted Road, Bishop's Stortford