today i stoped by police coz my 16 month old daughter not was in car seat, they fine me 100 pound and 3 point,?

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  • today i stoped by police coz my 16 month old daughter not was in car seat, they fine me 100 pound and 3 point,?


Answer #1 | 18/12 2013 12:11
Great. Love to hear the Police catching people engaged in this child cruelty That will just be a Police code used for statistical purposes and nothing to do with you
Answer #2 | 18/12 2013 13:11
"what does it mean?" It means you are a bad parent for not looking after your child properly.
Answer #3 | 18/12 2013 12:50
Why? Because the law says that a child of that age must be securely placed in an approved child car seat. In the event of an accident the seat would hold her safely in place, no seat and she would fly across the interior of the car like a cannon ball. No doubt you consider yourself a good Mum who takes care of her children, care does not stop at the street door. The rules are not made so much for you as for the safety of your child. You chose to disregard this commonsense safety precaution and to put your child at risk so the fine and points are well deserved. sorry, but that is the bottom line.
Answer #4 | 18/12 2013 13:24
Don't worry about the offence code. It is just a code for internal use referring to which law you were breaking. Take care of your kid please, and always restrain them properly in the car
Answer #5 | 18/12 2013 14:06
If you wish to live in our country that's perfectly fine BUT please observe our laws and abide by them.
Answer #6 | 19/12 2013 12:48
Seatbelt offences carry a maximum on the spot fine of £100. Although the normal is £30, the police probably felt that the fact you thought it was safe to drive around without securing your child to be rather severe and therefore they imposed the higher penalty. Bear in mind that the police who stopped you have probably attended incidents where the parents of an unsecured child haven't been as lucky as you have been. It's a horrible (and easily avoidable) way to let your child get killed.
Answer #7 | 18/12 2013 20:58
So in your question you say £100, then later you say £30. If it is £100, then maybe you committed another offence, otherwise, take the ticket to a police station and ask them!

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