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NX11 TWY 2018-10-20 22:37:17

not me no one elderly drives the car I'm 37 years old and never been on the a6
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NX13 WPW 2018-10-12 16:09:49

Merged into my lane without looking into the side of me. Took my paint off and then decided to go back into their own lane and drove off without stopping.
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NX63 WXP 2018-10-04 12:32:47

The driver of this car chose to use his/her rear foglights, in spite of the fact that it was barely even misty, never mind foggy. His/her inconsideration and ignorance served only to dazzle other drivers and to make it very difficult to tell when they were braking.


It is illegal to use foglights if visibility is greater than 100m.


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The rules according to The Highway Code:


226 You MUST use headlights when visibility is seriously reduced, generally when you cannot see for more than 100 metres (328 feet). You may also use front or rear fog lights but you MUST switch them off when visibility improves (see Rule 236)


[Law RVLR regs 25 & 27]


236

You MUST NOT use front or rear fog lights unless visibility is seriously reduced (see Rule 226) as they dazzle other road users and can obscure your brake lights. You MUST switch them off when visibility improves.


[Law RVLR regs 25 & 27]


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The Law: The Road Vehicles Lighting Regulations 1989:


Reg 27. No person shall use, or cause or permit to be used, on a road any vehicle on which any lamp, hazard warning signal device or warning beacon of a type specified in an item in column 2 of the Table below is used in a manner specified in that item in column 3:


Front fog lamp

(a) Used so as to cause undue

dazzle or discomfort to other

persons using the road.


(b) Used so as to be lit at any

time other than in conditions of seriously reduced visibility.


(c) Used so as to be lit

when a vehicle is parked.


Rear fog lamp

(a) Used so as to cause undue

dazzle or discomfort to the driver

of a following vehicle.


(b) Used so as to be lit at any time other than in conditions of seriously reduced visibility.


(c) Save in the case of an emergency vehicle, used so as to be lit when a vehicle is parked."


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What the police say:


"Front and rear fog lights are only to be used in cases of seriously reduced visibility. Using fog lights when the visibility is not seriously reduced can dazzle and cause discomfort to other road users. This can be dangerous to other road users and is an offence, which could mean you are liable for a substantial fine."

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NX66 NVA 2018-09-26 23:56:05

Every single day I see this guy driving on the M4 like an absolute cunt
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NX07 BXW 2018-09-09 19:05:47

Hey guys I'm stealing neighbour's car. who wants me to come over?
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