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Police pull over ‘forest on wheels’ that was swaying on major Nottinghamshire road

today2 July 2022

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Police pulled over what a constable described as a ‘forest on wheels’ which was spotted on the A1 at Tuxford. The Nottinghamshire Roads Policing Unit spotted a red van swaying due to trees not being properly secured on the back of the vehicle.

PC Phillips saw the van and it was subsequently pulled over. The vehicle was stopped and officers said it weighed 58 percent over the legal limit. The driver was reported for the offence.

Police also provided an overview of other issues identified on the roads. Nottinghamshire Police also located a blue Ford EcoSport in Tuxford, too. It was stolen from the South Yorkshire area and police enquiries are ongoing.

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A black Volkswagen Golf was spotted and stopped by police in Ollerton, and the driver was found to be disqualified from driving, even though he held a driving licence. He also had no insurance, and the vehicle was seized with the driver reported.

A white Ford Transit van was seen in the Newark area, and, upon seeing police, the driver diverted down side streets. The van was located after it was abandoned by the driver.

A small amount of cannabis was found in the van, and the vehicle was seized for having no insurance. In a Facebook post, Nottinghamshire Roads Policing Unit said: “If you were the driver, please call us – no you cannot have your cannabis back but you can have a ticket for no insurance.”

The same team also attended an illegal party in the Radford area, where a car was searched and found to contain canisters of nitrous oxide. The vehicle was seized.

The driver awaits his interview by police. The Roads Policing Unit posted: “We have also been enforcing the rules of the road, issuing traffic offence reports for occupants not wearing their seatbelts, driving without due care and attention, using mobile phones and speeding among other things.”

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