A legal loophole in England means drivers could be let off the hook if they convince a magistrate or judge that they would face “exceptional hardship” in the face of a ban. The DVLA publishes its figures by postcode district – the digits that come before the space in a full postcode. However, some postcodes in England cross over council boundaries, so figures may include drivers who live over the border in a neighbouring area. Analysis by the JPIMedia Data unit has revealed there are 18 dangerous drivers with 12 or more points on Scarborough’s roads. The worst offender has clocked up a whopping 18 points to their name. Here is a ranking of the postcode districts in Scarborough that are home to the most dangerous drivers. Images are for illustrative purposes only.
The Scarborough areas with the most dangerous drivers
Drivers with 12 or more penalty points on their licence are usually banned but almost 8,600 motorists are still allowed on UK roads, DVLA figures show
Thursday, 3rd December 2020, 9:51 am
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