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Unisured drivers the worst spot is Bradford


SparkyJack

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So says a BBC Breakfast report to day, and is frequnently seen on various 'Cops'n' Cars' programmes Various E-mailers commented on what other countries do about I/D with this problem with stickers in Windscreens etc.,

As I understand from personnel experience -[ Apart from my own - I used to work in the motor trade and recall having to go to the local tax office with wads of registration and insurance docs for new and used cars sold] a vehicle cannot be taxed unless a valid insurance certificate along with MOT is provided. This would seem to suggest that such a vehicle is totally illegal. both no insurance and RTF being absent.

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wiz-king

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Perhaps they catch more there. These sort of figures can only be guesstimates.

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Aitchbee

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Have the Bradford police been informed of this tendency?It does not cast a shining light on their efficacy.

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Chegs ®™

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I've heard Bradford mentioned as a hotspot for this type of offence too.

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userious?

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Perhaps if insurrance wasnt so expensive more wouldnt try and get away without having any.

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