Traffic enforcement's main goal is taxation. It has nothing to do with safety.
I disagree with that! You drive safely and have consideration to other road users your licence will never be endorsed
but drive like James Bond and you will be hit with fines and points and this is a deterrent which works.
My brother used to drink drive and got caught! He lost his licence for two years and a £600 was slapped on him, He paid the fine and
sold his car, when his ban was up he got another car and never 'drink/drived' again so that learn't him a lesson the hard way.
Brother in law used to think double white lines mean't nothing on the roads and overtook on them when ever he
could, one day he over took on a brow of a hill on double white lines and there was a parked up traffic enforcement vehicle
just over the hill! He got three points on his licence but no fine. Brother in law after that never over takes on double white lines.
My sister went through some red traffic lights and she saw a ''flash-flash' in her rear view mirror! within weeks
she had a fine through the post with a nice picture of her car, she NEVER goes through red lights anymore.
There was only me who drove like a saint whilst on the road
but now my family had learn't the hard way and for their actions now drive like royalty