How inconsiderate drivers who splash pedestrians could be punished
Motorists who drive through puddles and splash nearby pedestrians could be slapped with a £5,000 fine.
As the county is battered with rain and covered in puddles, it's good to know exactly where up stand if you get splashed by an inconsiderate driver.
And good news, there is a part of the law that addressing this very issue.
So what does the law say about inconsiderate motorists who drive through puddles?
Is it illegal to splash someone with your car? Under British law, drivers could be hit with a maximum fine for £5,000 if they are caught driving through a puddle which causes a pedestrian... read more
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