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- We focus on speed driving, but driving at a snail's pace can be dangerous too

UK news Driving too slow could land you an unlimited fine and invalidate your insurance last minute news


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- We focus on speed driving, but driving at a snail's pace can be dangerous too

UK news Driving too slow could land you an unlimited fine and invalidate your insurance last minute news
19 June 2022 - 11:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! We know that driving over the speed limit is both a safety risk and illegal - drivers are encouraged to drive responsibly and slow down at every opportunity, and for a good reason. What many may not be aware of is that driving below the speed limit, unless of course it's unavoidable, can be risky too. Driving too slow has the potential to cause accidents in a number of ways, including enraging other drivers and encouraging dangerous behaviour on the roads. It can create congestion and provoke tailgating or unsafe overtaking. While the Highway code does not include specific penalties for driving too slow, you could still get in trouble if your driving is considered a hazard. You could get away with a verbal warning from a police officer, or, in extreme circumstances, receive penalties for careless and inconsiderate driving or even dangerous driving. Additionally, if a claim is made, your insurance policy could also be invalidated. READ MORE: Common polite gesture on the roads could cost you over £1k and break the Highway Code If you are charged with careless and inconsiderate driving, you risk an unlimited fine, three to nine points on your license, and you could even be disqualified. Penalties for dangerous driving are even more severe.

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. However, in less severe incidents, you'll likely be charged a low-level speeding offence, which incurs a fine of £100 and three penalty points. Some roads have minimum speed limits to avoid congestion. A minimum speed limit sign by is a light blue circular sign with a white number in the centre. You will most likely spot them in high-risk-areas such as tunnels. In contrast, a speed limit sign is a red circle that contains a black number in a white background. You should look out for both and stick to a speed that’s safe for the road conditions. Get more motoring news from CambridgeshireLive straight to your inbox for free HERE . Read More Related Articles Driving law change brings harsh penalties for mobile phone use behind the wheel Read More Related Articles Every driver needs to know about new 'yellow box junction' rule change to avoid fines

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