People taking part, organising or promoting car cruising events will be arrested under a three-year injunction.
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Black Country car cruising banned by High Court judge

A judge has banned car cruising events across the Black Country.

Four councils - Wolverhampton, Walsall, Dudley and Sandwell and West Midlands Police - wanted to ban the events, where drivers race or show off their vehicles on public roads.

People taking part, organising or promoting them will now be arrested under a three-year injunction.

A judge at Birmingham High Court said it was a "proper measure".

BBC Midlands Today's Amy Cole reports.

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