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Penalty point increases take effect

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A number of new of penalty point offences came into effect on August 1.

Penalty point increases take effect

A number of new penalty point offences came into effect on August 1. Penalty points for speeding, holding a mobile phone while driving and not wearing a seat belt or not using child restraints have increased from two points to three, provided the fixed charge is paid within the stipulated period. For those who do not pay the fixed charge and are subsequently convicted in court, the points have increase from four to five.

Castlebar man arrested while celebrating before his wedding

A 22-year-old man who refused to provide a blood or urine sample when arrested on the suspicion of drink driving was disqualified from driving for four years at Castlebar District Court this week.

New rules for new drivers

New drivers will face new rules from next year. The Road Traffic Act that is currently in preparation will have a number of eye-catching provisions and the group most affected will be young people learning how to drive.

New rules for new drivers

New drivers will face new rules from next year. The Road Traffic Act that is currently in preparation will have a number of eye-catching provisions and the group most affected will be young people learning how to drive.

New rules for new drivers

New drivers will face new rules from next year. The Road Traffic Act that is currently in preparation will have a number of eye-catching provisions and the group most affected will be young people learning how to drive.

L driver off the road for a year

An unaccompanied learner driver, who had no L plates displayed, was disqualified from driving for one year at Wednesday’s sitting of Castlebar District Court.

Man disqualified from driving following accident

A father of five from Pakistan was disqualified from driving for one year at this week’s sitting of Castlebar District Court.

Late arrival to court saves man €900

A Mullingar man managed to save €900 in fines when the judge in Tullamore re-heard his case, despite the court having finished for the day.

Road Safety Authority focuses on L drivers

The RSA has given an update on the measures outlined in the Road Safety Strategy 2007-2012 to enhance the way in which drivers are trained, tested and licensed in Ireland.

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