Half of drivers commit an offence

The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has recently published a poll  of nearly 5,000 motorists which indicates that nearly half of drivers flash their lights to warn other drivers of speed checks.

 The poll followed the recent prosecution of a driver who was fined £175 and ordered to pay £250 costs after warning approaching cars of a speed check. Nearly 70% of respondents to the IAM poll said that a driver should not be prosecuted for warning others, while 21% believe they should.


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