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Idling drivers could face higher fines

Transport secretary says DfT will consult on tougher fines

09 July 2019
Vehicle idling has been identified as a major factor in poor air quality
Vehicle idling has been identified as a major factor in poor air quality

 

Drivers that leave their engines running while parked could face tougher penalties under new proposals announced by the Department for Transport. 

Transport secretary Chris Grayling intends to launch a public consultation, looking at increasing fines for idling drivers. 

Poor air quality is the biggest environmental risk to public health in the UK. Vehicle idling has been identified as a major factor in poor air quality, particularly in areas with large numbers of waiting vehicles,...

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