Motorists warned of huge £1,000 fines and fire hazards when driving with water bottles

Date:

Share post:


“If you do happen to leave any vulnerable objects in your car when you’re out on a journey, store the items in your glovebox or in your boot so they’re out of direct sunlight until you reach your destination.”

Previously, NHS Property Services warned that bottles of hand sanitiser could also be a fire risk if left unattended in vehicles on hot days.

However, drivers could also be fined up to £1,000 for not drinking enough water, especially as summer approaches.

Motorists who are dehydrated risk a £1,000 fine for failure to have proper control of a vehicle due to dehydration symptoms such as dizziness and loss of focus. 



LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

spot_img

Related articles

Boris Johnson and Sue Gray held private meeting to discuss long awaited partygate report

The Prime Minister today refused to apologise for the mass gatherings in Downing Street during lockdown after...

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has message for Man City but refusing to call Steven Gerrard

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists he will not be calling Steven Gerrard to talk with him about Aston...

Dr Michael Mosley: The simple activity that can lower your risk of a heart attack by 48%

“Like many people, I suffer from the dreaded mid-afternoon slump,” the podcast host confessed. “One reason for...

Spain holiday chaos as Ryanair pilots and crew threaten strikes this summer ‘Only option!’

Their response to Ryanair was: “Faced with Ryanair’s disdainful behavior, the strike becomes our only option.” Didier Lebbe,...