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Artificial Intelligence to Detect Mobile Phone Driving Offences
Driving using a mobile phone is one of the most common driving offences leading to prosecution or fixed penalties. With less patrols available to police the roads, forces are bringing in new ways to detect offences and t
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POLICITIANS PUSH FOR ZERO TOLERANCE ON SPEEDING FINES.
In 2022, it is estimated that there were some 323 billion road miles covered by vehicles in Great Britain. The Office for National Statistics published data to suggest that an estimated 45% of car users exceeded the spee
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App to Improve Accessibility for Public Transport
Department for Transport have issued a new Code of Practice to help ensure that navigation apps offer filters such as step free journey options, to help disabled people and to promote safer journeys. The Code of Practice
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Drug Driving and its Consequences
Drug driving is a serious issue in the United Kingdom, with the use of controlled drugs leading to numerous accidents and fatalities on the road. The government has taken strict measures to tackle drug driving, and those
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Learner Drivers are expected to wait nearly half a year for their test.
Test Centres are still trying to catch up with the back log that has occurred as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak. Three years later, learner drivers are still being forced to wait weeks, if not months to sit their test
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Unreliable Drug Samples Produced in Drug Drive Cases
When a driver is suspected of Drug Driving, a roadside swab may be used an a preliminary test, followed by a blood sample which is analysed and reported. Drug driving laws were tightened in April 2015, when a specific of
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West Yorkshire Police Officer Jailed For Nominating his Wife as Driver to Avoid Receiving Points
A police officer and his wife, both employed by West Yorkshire Police have received prison sentences for perverting the course of justice after it was discovered that they gave false information about the driver responsi
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Motorists at Risk with Tighter Speeding Rules
Many motorists have been left frustrated after rules regarding speeding enforcements have been tightened in some areas of the UK. It is quite well known that police forces use a certain tolerance formula before issuing a
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Drivers could face penalty for seatbelt offences
Wearing a seat belt is legal requirement for both drivers and passengers. This has been the case for front seats since 1983 and rear seats since 1991. At present, if you are caught driving without a seatbelt, you will fa
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What Are the Laws on Electric Scooters? What Do I Do if I Have Been Charged with an Offence on an Electric Scooter?
You are allowed to own an electric scooter- but there are limitations. You can own, rent, hire, buy and sell electric scooters. You can ride these on private land. It is not legal to ride privately owned e-scooters on pu
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