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New laws to tackle uninsured driving will be enforced from today.
Under the new Continuous Insurance Enforcement law it’s an offence to be the keeper of an uninsured vehicle, rather than just to drive when uninsured.
Motorists are being warned to insure their vehicles ahead of a new crackdown to tackle the menace of uninsured driving.
Under the new Continuous Insurance Enforcement law – which will affect all motorists from 20 June – it is an offence to keep an uninsured vehicle, rather than just to drive when uninsured. Continue reading
From early 2011, a new law will mean that the registered keeper of a vehicle must keep it insured unless they’ve made a SORN (Statutory Off Road Notification). If you’re not insured and haven’t made a SORN, you could face a penalty. Find out what the change in the law means for you. Continue reading
The measures are contained in a consultation on the implementation of European minimum medical standards for drivers. While UK standards must be at least at the level of a minimum standard, the UK is not required to relax existing domestic standards where these are justifiably higher than the EU standards. Continue reading