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Changes to Road Fines

By Hugh MacArthur

Next year will see some changes to the highway code involving speed limits and fines, for example, in order to cut down on road accidents. »

Sneaky Driving Fines

By Martin Myall

We're all prety aware of the 'most popular' driving fines, such as using a mobile, etc, but there are seven that you might not know about. »

Glasses & Driving Fines

By Vivienne Hughes

You might not know it but it is illegal to drive wearing reading glasses, even if it only so that you can see the dashboard. »

Multi-Tasking Politician

By David Darby

Let's face it, we all wish that our politicians worked harder and got more done for us. Multi-tasking is the the phrase often used to describe people capable of performing more than one job at a time. Let's be honest and rather sexist here, it is normally women that are far more capable at... »

Driving School Grant Accusations

By David Darby

The Ministry of Employment in Granada are investigating a Motril driving school after three students have made complaints that they have not received the 'heavy goods' training that they were due through a grant given by the Andalusian Employment Fund and the European Social Fund. »

Dangerous driving

By Martin Myall

The Almuñécar-based Guardia Civil arrested a 36-year-old driver from Cijuela, identified as F.N.H. for resisting arrest, as well as dangerous driving. »

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