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Driving a Vehicle in a Dangerous Condition

Driving a vehicle in a dangerous condition

These offences are unusual and rare, but they carry 3 points and therefore you need to take them seriously.

They normally arrise from incidents such as overloading a vehicle with too many passengers or too much weight.

It can also relate to things such as tampering with the structure of the vehicle as to make it dangerous and interfere with the structural integrity of the car.

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