“If you drive your car on the road, you will be liable for a fine and that’s on top of the Road Tax and motor insurance. We’ve had enough of you’se lot,” the Department of Transport minister, Donnie Dravmacah revealed at a Commons meeting today.
Under the new legislation which will come into law next week, all motorists will be fined a minimum of £600 if the tires of their vehicle touches a road surface anywhere in the UK. Extra police have been recruited to police the new law.
The fines could escalate disproportionally and could make things worse for hard-up Britons who are already struggling with the rising costs of every day living.