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New tyre law hitting in February will make vehicles illegal and result in huge fines

DRIVING laws are change regularly to keep British drivers and road users safe. A new law will affect tired and could cost those who fall foul of it a large sum of money.


Large vehicles with older tyres could be dubbed illegal and fined large sums under a law coming to affect today. The front tyres on these vehicles must not be older than 10 years.



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Tyre law changes coming to effect in February means tyres older than 10 years will be banned from certain vehicles.


The Government has announced that tyres older than 10 years are banned from the front axles of lorries, buses and coaches.


In force from today, it is illegal to fix tyres older than 10 years old to front axels of good vehicles with a gross weight over 3,500kg.


The full range of vehicles this affects includes minibuses, coaches, lorries and buses.