Your chance to cut motoring red tape

A government website aimed at reducing bureaucracy is for four weeks focusing on transport regulations allowing the public to have their say

The Red Tape Challenge asks the public whether they think a particular piece of regulation provides protection and is properly implemented or if it doesn’t provide any additional benefit or value to the public and is badly implemented. Three particular pieces of legislation have been flagged up:

1. The requirement for motorists to have a paper MOT certificate
2. If perishable items are left on a bus, the owner of the bus must wait 48 hours before it can be thrown away
3. Rules for councils over installing speed humps

Have your say on the website here

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