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Tuesday, 23 June 2015

First ever motorist convicted for 'lane hogging' - Crime - UK - The Independent

The Independent reports what is thought to be the first conviction for 'lane hogging' - though there is no new offence, rather it's a journalistic explanation of how a driver came to be convicted of careless driving (five penalty points and a fine of £500, which should give other careless drivers pause for thought) for cruising along at 60 mph in the middle lane when there was ample opportunity to move over to the left. Six other road users reportedly had to brake before overtaking his van.

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