As described in our article on “are random drink or drug tests legal”, you can be asked to undergo a roadside breath test if either: The officer reasonably suspects you’ve consumed alcohol; The officer reasonably suspects you’ve committed a motoring offence; You’ve been involved in an accident. There are currently fifteen, home office approved roadside … Continue reading What to expect during a roadside breath test?
National Law Firm, Ashworth Motoring Law is running a campaign to raise awareness of tyre safety and highlight the dangers of driving on defective tyres. The campaign backs national tyre safety month which runs throughout October.
Ashworth Motoring Law, which specialises in representing drivers who are facing the possible loss of their driving licence is reminding drivers to check their tyres or face prosecution or an accident.
The campaign follows figures released by TyreSafe which show that over one in four cars and vans are driven on Britain’s roads with illegal and dangerous tyres.
According to the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency, 2.2 million cars fail the MoT due to tyre-related defects, and figures from the highways agency indicate that an annual average of 1135 casualties are caused by tyre-related incidents with 198 of those incidents resulting in serious injury or death.
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