Published: 14:24, 28 January 2013 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
Police are warning nuisance motorists that their behaviour will not be tolerated, after responding to a reports of dangerous driving during the snow fall of recent weeks.
In Ashford, officers are investigating after reports were received of a vehicle “skidding around” the car park in Tannery Lane, at about 10.45pm, on Sunday, January 20.
Sergeant Chris Hughes said: “Anyone considering purposely skidding their vehicles or performing doughnut manoeuvres in snow and icy conditions should think again.
“Not only is this nuisance behaviour a driving offence but it is dangerous and someone could get seriously injured or even killed.
“Motorists found to be causing a nuisance could face having their vehicle seized and issued a fine, or even appear before magistrates.”
BlobTo Read more advice on driving in bad weather or dealing with anti-social behaviour, visit www.kent.police.uk
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