Toxic mix of penalties handed out to drivers make me want to ditch my car



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Driving a car is a necessity for most of us, either as a result of where we live or the need to get to and from work. 

Indeed, in an era of pandemic hysteria, many now insist on commuting by car rather than risk (half-empty) trains or buses. For the record, I now like not having to fight all the time for a train seat – and love the fact that trains currently have a peculiar habit of arriving on time. 

But for those who use four wheels to drive either into major towns and cities or through them – as I occasionally do – it is becoming a perilous experience. 



a close up of a sign: Yellow peril: Drivers face a toxic mix of financial penalties, making it feel as if it is a crime to drive


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Yellow peril: Drivers face a toxic mix of financial penalties, making it feel as if it is a crime to drive

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