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A4

Theale to: Christened Kneesliders

Head North East from Theale on the A4 and just before you get to Junction 12 of the M4 you'll come across a great, on-camber roundabout with a clear view of traffic from all directions. Warm up here but this one can be quite busy so take the right exit off and you'll find yourself at an Industrial Estate with two linked roundabouts which are perfect for first-time sliders. On a Sunday there is almost no traffic there, we saw three cars there in half an hour, one of which was a security patrol who seemed more than willing to turn a blind eye...


A30

London to: Devon

Forget the usual M3/A303 route which is clogged with slow-moving holiday traffic in the sunny season. Instead treat youself to the A30 which runs almost parallel and is far more fun. There is little traffic, less plod and towns and villages that make you think that you have travelled back in time.


A20

Lenham to: Ashford

Excellent old main road. Mind for people turning right as it takes mainly local traffic now.


A36

Bath to: Salisbury

Contrary to the earlier entry for this road it is regularly policed, particularly once in Wiltshire. Camera vans are a common sight on the Warminster by-pass section, watch the laybys and under bridge between A350 roundabout and southern end of bypass. Also can be found in bus layby opposite Knook Camp and on the section from the A303/A36 traffic lights and Stapleford. again in any one of the laybys. A fixed camera site can be found in the 30mph limit in South Newton and mobile units have operated in the section through Wilton.


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