Kidlington drivers handed fines

Thames Valley Police

Thames Valley Police

First published in News

In just two hours 25 drivers in Oxford Road, Kidlington, were issued fines.

Police monitored the road between 8am and 10am and gave out tickets for minor offences.

Eight of the 25 drivers got tickets for not wearing their seatbelt and 17 for being on their mobile phone while driving.

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8:19am Thu 15 May 14

Major Rhode-Werks says...

Take their cars away and crush/sell them. That would stop their repeat offending - I'm sure it wasn't the first time they decided not to wear a seat belt or use their phone and I bet it won't be the last with the soft punishment they were probably given.
Take their cars away and crush/sell them. That would stop their repeat offending - I'm sure it wasn't the first time they decided not to wear a seat belt or use their phone and I bet it won't be the last with the soft punishment they were probably given. Major Rhode-Werks
  • Score: 25

10:29am Thu 15 May 14

cubist says...

bloody cyclists
bloody cyclists cubist
  • Score: 1

6:03pm Thu 15 May 14

deedee444 says...

Go do some real policing instead of robbing motorists with petty fines
Go do some real policing instead of robbing motorists with petty fines deedee444
  • Score: -20

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