KEEPING WELSH ROADS SAFER
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KEEPING WELSH ROADS SAFER

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GoSafe regularly receives a number of videos and photographs of people driving dangerously, using a mobile phone, jumping red lights and many other forms of unsafe driving. Here’s some examples of submissions we've received and the action that we’ve taken against irresponsible drivers...

Offence: Dyfed Powys Police – Dangerous Driving
A motorist was travelling on the A483 Oswestry when they were overtaking by a vehicle travelling at high speed, in the process of overtaking the offending vehicle contravened solid white lines and the right-hand filter lane for vehicles travelling in the opposite direction. The dangerous driver was summoned to Court and disqualified from driving for 12 months and fined £120.
Offence: Dyfed Powys Police – Excess Speed
A motorist was travelling on the A476 Llannon when they were passed by a vehicle travelling at high speed. The speeding motorist was travelling at a speed of 57mph in a 30mph limit. The offending motorist was summoned to Court and given a fine of £713 and 6 penalty points on their license
Offence: South Wales Police – Stop Vehicle in Pedestrian Controlled Area
A cyclist travelling along Cowbridge Road East, Cardiff recorded a vehicle parked in a controlled area for pedestrian crossing. The driver of the vehicle failed to comply with a Fixed Penalty Notice and was subsequently summoned to Court where they were fined £344 and given 3 penalty points on their license.