Failing to comply with road traffic law generally leads to convictions for the driver, and potentially the Operator licence holder.
It's an offence to drive a vehicle in a position that doesn't give you proper control of the vehicle or a full view of the road ahead.
This offence covers a multitude of situations, such as:
The above offence also requires a full view of the road ahead. A driver may not have a full view if:
Use of mobile phones whilst driving compliance guide
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