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Thursday, 12 May 2011

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Tailgaters and Undertakers take their toll on the motorway

The prospect of a £1000 fine for motorway tailgaters and undertakers has not gone down well with some drivers.

The co-op, the country's largest funeral directors and Acme Trailers, the largest suppliers of tail gates and van back-end decorations have questioned how they can go about their business if each time they drive on the motorway they are fined £1000.

Doris Karloff, national funerals director at the co-op said she does not know how her hearse drivers will be able to get from funeral to funeral if each time they drive on the motorway they face a potential an on-the-spot fine of £1000 for undertaking.

And Dick Dastardlie, the Chief Executives of the National Trailer, Towers and Tail Gate Association who represents the major accident repair specialists was said to be dumbfounded as to how his member were expected to tow a broken-down car from the motorway if they are to receive a £1000 fine for tailgating.

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