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It's 50 mph
The national speed limit for lorries on single carriageways increased from 40 mph to 50 mph on 6 April 2015.
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There's no limit
The £5,000 limit on fines for the most serious offences was removed on 5 June 2015. These now carry an unlimited fine.
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It's the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency
Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency officers have powers to stop vehicles on all roads, including motorways and trunk roads, in England and Wales. They will attract your attention by flashing amber lights either from the front requesting you to follow them to a safe place to stop, or from behind directing you to pull over to the side by pointing and/or using the left indicator. It is an offence not to comply with their directions. The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency replaced the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency who previously had these powers in April 2014.
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22 microgrammes per 100 millilitres of breath
The legal limits for breath alcohol in Scotland was lowered from 5 December 2014. The limit is 35 microgrammes per 100 millilitres of breath in England and Wales.
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18 years old
In England and Wales, the driver MUST NOT smoke or allow anyone to smoke in an enclosed private vehicle carrying someone under 18, including motor caravans. This became law on 1 October 2015.
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