Registration plate DV60YTR
Official local mnemonic: Deeside
Postal area: Shrewsbury
Issued: between september 2010 and february 2011
Brown Vauxhall Meriva se turbo 138, manufactured in 2010, first registered on 1 November 2010. Cylinder capacity: 1364cc, CO2 emissions: 156 g/km.
As of 15 February 2017 this vehicle had done 34,364 miles. Current estimated odometer reading: 40,200 miles.
✓ Taxed Tax due: 1 February 2018
✓ MOT Expires: 17 February 2018

MOT history

Test dateExpiry dateResultOdometer reading
2017-02-152018-02-17 Pass34,364
  • Offside Front Inner Road wheel with a slightly distorted bead rim (4.2.A.1a)
2016-02-042017-02-17 Pass27,955
2015-02-172016-02-17 Pass21,225
2014-02-182015-02-17 Pass11,176
2013-10-142014-10-13 Pass10,485

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  • Number 9 in the best drivers ranking in June 2016


DV60 YTR 2017-05-17 13:35:26

Bald dumb fuck who needs to learn how to drive
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DV60 YTR 2016-06-28 13:45:44

All i see is car slowing down, speeding up slowing down speeding up impeding the progress of the truck.

you can also see towards the end of the clip the truck had already slowed down for the limit change yet the car driver still slowed down even more intentionally sorry but i back the lorry driver here
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DV60 YTR 2016-06-23 11:39:00

The HGV driver failed to maintain a safe didtance for most of the video, the car drive was travelling at within the speed limit and at a safe speed. The brake check by the car driver near the end of the video was foolish but it did however prove the HGV driver could not stop within the distance he was maintaining.

The HGV drive need to retrain or find a job that doesnt involve him putting other peoples lives at risk.
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DV60 YTR 2016-06-23 06:09:09

Both drivers are ass wipes
Grow the fuck up
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DV60 YTR 2016-06-22 18:37:52

Wanders all over road, suspected drunk driver
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DV60 YTR 2016-06-23 01:11:55

Sadly the so called professional HGV driver was in the wrong for the majority of the recording.

Ever heard of "the 2 second rule"? (safe driving distance)

Yes the car driver was wrong to brake check and should be reported but so should the HGV driver

Therefore please upload the registration of the HGV
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