UK Drivers to be Fined £600 For Driving on Roads

LONDON - England - The government wants to fine UK motorists for driving on the roads, new legislation introduced today in parliament proposes.

“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.