There have been rumors circulating that AES cameras don’t even work. But I won’t take any chances and would like to be cautious whenever I travel on a road trip.
I Googled the AES speed camera locations but unfortunately, the information is disorganized and makes no logistical sense.
In this guide, regardless of where you are on the North-South highway, you’d know the exact location of the next upcoming speed camera.
Here’s how to use this guide:
- Determine the direction of your travel (North or South)
- Scroll down to find the relevant table according to your travel direction.
- Figure out the km mark along the highway to know your location.
- Find the nearest figure closest to your km location, you can estimate the next speed camera location.
Confirmed locations are the camera locations that I have verified personally. Unconfirmed means that the site is mentioned somewhere on the internet, but I couldn’t see it driving by. My advice is to slow down at the unconfirmed locations to be on the safe side.
Heading North on PLUS Highway
|97.2||Kuala Muda, Kedah||confirmed|
|174||Bandar Baharu, Kedah||confirmed|
|375.9||slim river, Perak||confirmed|
Heading South on PLUS Highway
|96.3||Kuala Muda, Kedah||confirmed|
|166||Seberang Perai, PP||confirmed|
|375.9||slim river, Perak||unconfirmed|
|214.4||Alor Gajah, Melaka||unconfirmed|
Full Source: KKR Website.
I hope this has been helpful. If you’ve been traveling, while using this guide to prevent a speeding ticket, and have verified the location of the AES cameras, do let me know in the comment so I can update this post 🙂
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