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For not wearing a seat belt ,got done today in blackheath by a right little jobsworth :tsktsk: :tsktsk: .Did not even have to take my name etc just called the reg through on his i think it makes me look :tsktsk: big walkie :tsktsk: talkie.Felt like throttling the :tsktsk: :tsktsk: :)

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Tony dont you have a seat belt warning light?

it annoys the :tsktsk: me and passangers. But its a good thing i suppose.

If you want to drive without a seat belt, try any LDC ;)

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jus a fine is it mate? no points on the licence is it?

Not sure mitch hopefully just a fine ,was in me van raz just about to reverse into an alley way and had took it off after comming out of a shop to ask directions to alley so had only driven about 10 yards at the most .

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Not sure mitch hopefully just a fine ,was in me van raz just about to reverse into an alley way and had took it off after comming out of a shop to ask directions to alley so had only driven about 10 yards at the most .

Damm, know i can perfectly sympathise!! :angry::angry::angry:

Couldnt the :tsktsk: have just given you a warning, i'm sure any decent copper would have done.

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Thats what i thought raz but i think as he was a traffic warden the power had gone to his head ,probaly bullied at school and now seeking his revenge

:lol:

First time i got a ticket, i grabbed the little :tsktsk: by his jacket, and then realised what i was doing :blink:

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Blankly denie it, did he have a witness? If the answer is no, then it his word against yours. I once got pulled by a bobby for speeding on the motorway, he was a beat bobby and in a 306, his word against mine, I asked him to prove it and he had to walk away (after 20 minutes of arguing the toss)

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Blankly denie it, did he have a witness? If the answer is no, then it his word against yours. I once got pulled by a bobby for speeding on the motorway, he was a beat bobby and in a 306, his word against mine, I asked him to prove it and he had to walk away (after 20 minutes of arguing the toss)

mmm... and who do you think they will beleive :crybaby:

speeding is a different crime, as its endorsable

they need to have proof of the crime, in case you take it to court

one bobbys say so isnt proof ! unless he has it recorded

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jus a fine is it mate? no points on the licence is it?

Not sure mitch hopefully just a fine ,was in me van raz just about to reverse into an alley way and had took it off after comming out of a shop to ask directions to alley so had only driven about 10 yards at the most .

non endorsable

£30 fine

:yawn:

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I'd chance it, but thats just me, I got done for parking illegally in car park before Christmas, I nearly chined the **** that slapped the ticket on the car and called him every name under the sun. When I got home and had calmed down, I wrote a nice letter to the Council saying that I was out shopping with my family and that I was only parked illegally because of a inconsiderate driver that had taken two spaces pushing me onto the chevroned off part, fine overturned.

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must admit though he was on his own and did not even take my name ,think i am gonna fight the fine using the fact i was about to reverse as my defence and if that fails i will point out that i multi drop for a living and see if that works ,if it fails i will pay some more money into the big pot of gold for all the scum to dip into to pay for **** all that benifits me ,How can they give traffic wardens that type of power they will have dustman doing yer for for speeding next

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Seat belts

You MUST wear a seat belt if one is available, unless you are exempt. Those exempt from the requirement include the holders of medical exemption certificates and people making local deliveries in a vehicle designed for the purpose.

Laws RTA 1988 sects 14 & 15, MV(WSB)R & MV(WSBCFS)R

Taken from:

http://www.highwaycode.gov.uk/05.shtml

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