Louise Minchin and driving instructor
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BBC Breakfast's Louise Minchin gets tips for better driving

Fixed penalties of £100 and three driver licence points for "careless driving" offences were introduced last year in an attempt to tackle anti-social driving.

BBC Breakfast's Louise Minchin has been out on the road with a police driving instructor to get some tips on how to be a better driver.

You can find out more about why the anti-social driving laws are difficult to enforce on Breakfast on BBC One from 0600 on Wednesday 30 April.

  • 30 Apr 2014
  • From the section UK
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