Registration plate GJ04JHZ
Official local mnemonic: Garden of England
Postal area: Maidstone
Issued: between march 2004 and august 2004
Black Ford Fiesta, manufactured in 2004, first registered on 1 March 2004. Cylinder capacity: 1388cc, CO2 emissions: 154 g/km.
As of 20 April 2018 this vehicle had done 144,288 miles. Current estimated odometer reading: 175,300 miles.
✗ Untaxed Tax due: 1 May 2020
✗ No MOT Expired: 23 May 2020

MOT history

Test dateExpiry dateResultOdometer reading
2018-04-202019-04-19 Pass144,288
  • COOLANT LEVEL LOW
  • N/S/F TYRE OUTER SIDE WALL DAMAGED
  • Nearside Brake pipe slightly corroded FRONT TO REAR NEAR FUEL TANK (3.6.B.2c)
  • KNOCKING FROM STEERING RACK
  • N/S/R TYRE SLIGHT DAMAGE TO INNER SIDE WALL
  • EXHAUST SYSTEM CORRODED
2018-04-20- Fail144,288
  • COOLANT LEVEL LOW
  • N/S/F TYRE OUTER SIDE WALL DAMAGED
  • Nearside Brake pipe slightly corroded FRONT TO REAR NEAR FUEL TANK (3.6.B.2c)
  • KNOCKING FROM STEERING RACK
  • N/S/R TYRE SLIGHT DAMAGE TO INNER SIDE WALL
  • EXHAUST SYSTEM CORRODED
  • Offside Stop lamp adversely affected by the operation of another lamp (1.2.1f)
2017-04-122018-04-11 Pass135,035
  • Offside Rear Nail in tyre ()
  • Coolant level below minimum
2017-04-08- Fail134,843
  • Offside Rear Nail in tyre ()
  • Coolant level below minimum
2016-04-122017-04-11 Pass123,591
  • front bumper damaged
  • nearside front Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
  • offside front Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
2016-04-09- Fail125,350
  • front bumper damaged
  • nearside front Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
  • offside front Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
2015-04-022016-04-01 Pass105,526
2014-05-242015-06-15 Pass101,224
2013-06-142014-06-15 Pass95,798
  • Offside Front Road wheel slightly damaged (4.2.A.1a)
2013-06-14- Fail95,797
  • Offside Rear Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
  • Offside Front Road wheel slightly damaged (4.2.A.1a)
2012-06-162013-06-15 Pass90,075
  • Windscreen has damage to an area less than a 40mm circle outside zone 'A' (8.3.1d)
2011-06-102012-06-10 Pass77,923
  • Nearside Rear coil spring corroded (2.4.C.1b)
  • Offside Rear coil spring corroded (2.4.C.1b)
2010-06-112011-06-10 Pass67,293
  • Nearside Front Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
  • Offside Front Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
2009-03-252010-03-24 Pass54,815
  • Nearside Front Brake pad(s) wearing thin (3.5.1g)
  • Offside Front Brake pad(s) wearing thin (3.5.1g)
2008-03-252009-03-24 Pass43,993
  • Windscreen has damage to an area less than a 10mm circle within zone 'A' (8.3.1a)
2008-03-25- Fail43,993
  • Windscreen has damage to an area less than a 10mm circle within zone 'A' (8.3.1a)
2007-03-022008-03-12 Pass31,425

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GJ04 JHZ 2015-08-21 02:24:18

Seems GJ04 JHZ just got their ass handed to them on a plate, all due to simple logic.
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GJ04 JHZ 2015-07-06 07:40:26

Another driver who clearly struggles to drive....
Accelerated towards the rear of my vehicle at a set of lights coming overly close (and plus clearly struggles to follow the "Tyres and Tarmac rule")

Upon leaving the lights begins aggressively tailgating me and I naturally slow and pull in due to his inability to keep a safe following distance.

Once I did the complaint from the driver...."stop going at 20 odd mph". Surprisingly enough sunshine I was doing about 25/26 mph in what was a 30mph....so I MIGHT just be doing 20 odd (which was faintly amusing to myself). I doubt past a 30 mph limit with a speed camera you want to be doing 30 odd now?

I have a few suggestions on your driving to review idiot:

1) Learn what a speed limit is and the signs of how it works (you know the big circular signs with a big set of numbers in with a red circle on the our edge) generally made of reflective material so one can see them in all conditions. Additionally in a 30 mph as above I will be likely doing "20 odd" this really made my day idiot.
2) Learn how to progressively brake when you know you are going to have to stop (as above the lights were on red so it is not surprising you had to stop)
3) Linked to number 2 that you review your distance from the car in front to develop a safe distance for numerous reason (Tyres and Tarmac Rule - http://www.iam-bristol.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=65&Itemid=133) I know a lot struggle with this one...
4) Learn the 2 second rule which you should of learnt as a learner when following a car in front
5) Finally tone the anger down sunshine...it is not good for driving.

NB: You were caught on front and rear cameras so I also have a decent mugshot of you driving.....beyond just your numberplate.
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