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“Drunk driver sprays deodorant in his mouth in attempt to fool police” – not recommended!
“Officers saw Mr Mencia-Ramirez ‘spraying Axe body spray in his mouth when [the deputy] approached, to cover the smell of alcohol on his breath’, the police report states. They also found him at the wheel with an open can of beer between his legs and nine empty cans on the floor. Another was open and full and one remained unopened.” […]
A quick shout-out to @johnthurm
My books would be a lot less interesting on the cover without the original camerawork provided by my good friend John Thurm. See more of John’s work on Twitter here and, particularly, here at EyeEm.com. It is quite stunning photography.
OK, I know this is a bit ‘geeky’…
Came across an article just now from the 11th April 1975 edition of “Commercial Motor Magazine”. You can see the original publication reproduced online by clicking right here. What it shows is that the basic laws of special reasons and exceptional hardship, both perfectly legitimate ways to avoid a driving disqualification, haven’t really changed in at […]
www.AvoidADrivingBan.com: the chapter updates are now all complete
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Are you sure your comprehensive cover lets you drive other cars?
“In the past, cover for driving other cars was included on comprehensive policies by most insurers, giving motorists third-party cover to drive vehicles not listed on their insurance. But a number of providers will now only offer this kind of cover if you specifically ask for it – and you’ll have to fork out more money […]
New driving offences in the pipeline
‘Robert Buckland, QC, the solicitor-general, told The Times that life sentences were planned for those who caused death by dangerous driving and for careless drivers who killed while under the influence of drink or drugs, as well as a new offence of causing serious injury by careless driving. “These will be brought in as soon […]