Police in crackdown on uninsured drivers on South Yorkshire's roads



Motorists will be pulled over by the police in a crackdown on uninsured drivers across South Yorkshire this week.
Officers will stop motorists to check their documents in a bid to drive down the number of uninsured drivers on the roads.
The action forms parts of a national awareness week launched as part of Operation Drive, devised by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau, to highlight the dangers of driving without insurance.
It is hoped that it will reduce the number of deaths on the roads,with 23 people killed in South Yorkshire so far this year.
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau claims that those who... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 20
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