Power to seize vehicles may be expanded

Police powers to seize vehicles may be made available for an increasing number of road traffic offences, a report states

In certain circumstances Police have the power to seize vehicles, the Road Safety Strategic Framework report suggests that it should be explored to see if this power can be introduced for other motoring offences, keeping the most dangerous drivers off the road.

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