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Thursday 22nd November 2007

Motorists who continue to use their handheld mobile phones while driving are to be the subject of a clampdown by police, it has been reported.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

Drivers in Buckinghamshire are putting the lives of themselves and others at risk by skipping red lights, it has been reported.

According to the Bucks Free Press, this has become a particular problem at a level crossing in Bourne End.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

Motorists who choose to ignore parking restrictions placed at school sites are to be targeted as part of a new police crackdown, it has been reported.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

Motorists in Bromsgrove have been told to make sure their vehicle is ready to cope with winter conditions, it has been reported.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

Motorists with vans in East Devon have been warned to make sure they do not allow themselves to become a victim of a recent crime spate, it has been reported.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

Motorists in the UK may want to think twice before pulling over to ask a pedestrian for directions in light of new research.

Telephony firm Orange surveyed 1,008 people and found that more than one in ten passers-by send drivers the wrong way, with some doing so deliberately.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

Motorists from outside of the UK driving on British roads are the cause of a large number of traffic collisions, it has been claimed.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

Drivers who are caught speeding in Hampshire are being given the chance to take a class on the dangers of the road rather than face a fine and penalty points, it has been reported.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

Motorists in Eastbourne are to be tracked to make sure they are not breaking the speed limit using a laser device, it has been reported.

According to the Eastbourne Herald, Seaford police officers will use a laser gun to find out how fast drivers are travelling.


Friday 9th November 2007

Drivers who cannot resist the urge to light up a cigarette while operating a vehicle are to be punished if they are caught, it has been claimed.

According to the Liverpool Daily Post, officials in the city will make catching out smoking motorists one of their top priorities.


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