Drivers now face £100 fines over playing loud music and revving engines

Drivers now face £100 fines over playing loud music and revving engines
 

Drivers blaring music on motorways and roads could face £100 fines after new laws were introduced in one UK city.
Bradford City Council has introduced the Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) which will impose a £100 fine on anybody playing loud music or revving their engine.
The move comes in a bid to tackle the growing spate of "anti-social driving" in the Yorkshire city.
Two-thirds of people in a survey said nuisance drivers were a problem, according to reports.
Labour councillor Abdul Jabar said: "Without the PSPO, it is difficult for the council or the police to combat... read more

 
15 March 2019 in Regional West, Views: 27
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