THE IAM has revealed thataverage sentence for causing death by dangerous driving is just four years – 62 per cent shorter than for manslaughter.The figures have been provided by theMinistry of Justice and show that those sentenced to prison
THE FINE for texting while driving will increase to £90.Secretary of State for Transport, Patrick McLoughlin, has indicated that the increased fine is a move to crack down on dangerous driving. The increased fine will also cover speeding, running a
A MOTORCYCLIST caught doing 135mph while being followed by police for almost two miles escaped a dangerous driving charge.Ryan Eddie, 22, from Falkirk, was caught on the M9 in Stirlingshire in April. At Falkirk Sheriff Court, a charge of dangerous
dangerous driving but was fined £1,000 with £750 costs and banned for a year. He will also have to take an extended driving test when his ban ends.
A SCOTTISH Court has slapped a biker with a three-month driving ban after he was caught riding at more than 100mph on a stretch of road with a 60mph limit.Twenty-three-year-old Craig Simpson, of High Street, was also fined £400 after Sheriff Robert
by the police riding the stolen motorcycle 10 days after he'd absconded on it from Miller's Mortorcycle Shop in Ardstraw.The dealership also gave Lennox a helmet and jacket for the test drive.Lennox also admitted driving while disqualified, dangerous driving
motorist snapped the photograph, which subsequently went global and the infamous publicity led to Wiles's identity being revealed to the police.Wiles pleaded guilty to one count of careless driving, and was fined $800 and had his licence suspended for one
driving in a style the police describe as 'short of what is safe', prosecutors can now press charges of dangerous driving, which carries a maximum two-year sentence. Earlier this year Director of Public Prosecutions Sir Ken Macdonald said: "Such cases
News.The court took into the account that Dunsmore had not put anyone else in danger, even though he had been riding at almost double the posted speed limit.Dunsmore was fined him £300. His licence was endorsed with six points.Fair punishment?
TRAFFIC TALIBAN Chief Constable, Dickie Brunstrom, has been spending the copper's coffers once again - this time by purchasing nine revolutionary digital speed cameras that can catch drivers eating and smoking while driving.Motorists face fines
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