Recently, the Police officers from Norfolk constabulary’s dog unit stopped a green-coloured Renault Megane on the A47 at Terrington St John. Little did they know that they were in for a surprise.
According to recent reports, Brexit is going to have a drastic impact on the transportation industry. The haulage industry is expected to face a massive shortage of drivers. 45,000 people have to be trained as HGV drivers, only to fill in the current driver vacancies.
Generally, anyone who passes a driving test is aware of the road laws. It is common knowledge that you must inform the DVLA if you develop any medical conditions which might affect your ability to drive properly. For instance, a minimum field of vision is required to be able to drive. New mothers who have had a c-section are instructed to avoid driving for at least six weeks. However, there are a number of other medical conditions which can seriously hinder your ability to drive. These include illnesses which have side effects such as hearing loss, sleep deprivation and a few more. Learn more about these surprising medical conditions which could get you a £1000 fine if you fail to inform the DVLA about them. In case you get involved in an accident as a result of any of these illnesses, you may also be prosecuted by the law.
The DVLA is strict about adhering to the law. Every motorist is expected to show their correct, updated address information on their license. In case of any changes in the details, the DVLA must be informed immediately. Anyone who fails to do so could get themselves a £1,000 fine.