Cornwall news Driver undertaking car at 90mph on A30 was 'in a rush' UK news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - The motorist was reported for driving without due care and attention
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A speeding motorist topping 90mph on the A30 admitted to police that he was 'in a rush'. The car was seen weaving on to the inside of another vehicle and undertaking at Plusha, just east of Bodmin. It went into lane one to get past a foreign-registered vehicle that was in lane two. Police pulled the car over to have a word and reported the motorist for driving without due care and attention. Details of the incident were posted by the Devon and Cornwall Police - No Excuses Twitter account @DC_NoExcuse. Read more: 21 Cornwall residents sentenced by magistrates' lately It read: "Vehicle seen travelling at speeds of 90mph on the #A30Plusha and undertake a foreign registered car that was in lane 2.
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. Reported for driving without due care. #Fatal5 #VisionZero #NoExcuse." It comes after a top cop for Cornwall hit out following a routine traffic stop of a vehicle in St Austell turned out to be something “much worse” than officers first expected - the car was untaxed, had no MOT and no insurance. The driver was on an expired provisional licence, and, somehow had amassed 32 penalty points on the road. Read next: Man took swing at police who 'outstayed their welcome' Man who said English courts are complicit in war crimes avoids jail Drug dealer carried throwing knives because he was 'off his head' Judge tells paedo it's time for court to stop helping him Dumped stalker doused himself and partner's door in petrol
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