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Police call for dangerous driving evidence

Thu, 13 Oct 2016

The Island's roads police are urging those who spot dangerous driving to make an official complaint to help improve the standard of driving locally.

The Roads Policing Unit revealed that it receives lots of complaints about drivers on the Isle of Man, but often lacks enough information to take a motorist to court.

Officers say without evidence they are unable to intervene, leaving the driver responsible unaware that they have caused a problem.

Anyone who wants to report an act of dangerous driving can do so by ringing Police Headquarters on 631212.

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