Is careless driving criminal?

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23/01/2006 at 22:24
As in, if one were to have received a six month ban & #250 fine for careless driving, is one obliged to put it down on the criminal convictions section of an application form for a job with the council ? (NOT can one get away with not putting it down)

Said ban and fine were incurred for driving the wrong way down a sliproad coming out of a motorway service station in heavy rain & poor visibility @ low speed - no collisions - no accidents...


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23/01/2006 at 22:26
Its not a criminal conviction.
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23/01/2006 at 22:30
The driving of most of the ones who are careful round here is criminal let alone the careless ones.


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23/01/2006 at 22:34
Not a criminal conviction, but I'd be hiding all details about membership of the Caravan Club if I were you

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23/01/2006 at 22:37
mr tack wrote
Its not a criminal conviction.
Hth



cool - one shall leave the form blank...


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