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Question:

A police officer asks to see your documents. You do not have them with you. You may be asked to take them to a police station within ______.

A 7 days
explanation

You don’t have to carry the documents for your vehicle around with you. If a police officer asks to see them and you don’t have them with you, you may be asked to produce them at a police station within seven days.

Related Information

For whatever reason, the police have the right to stop a vehicle. Always pull over when it's safe to do so if they ask you to stop. If you keep driving, you will be breaking the law. The police have the right to request to see your driving licence, insurance certificate, and MOT certificate. You have seven days to bring these documents to a police station if you don't have them with you at that moment. If you fail to provide the specified documentation within 7 days, you are in violation of the law.

In addition, the police have the authority to order you to take a breath test under specific conditions and issue you an on-the-spot fixed penalty notice for a number of minor offences. If you are pulled over on suspicion of driving without insurance and for some other offences, you can also have your vehicle seized.

Comments

Muhammad faizan

1 year ago

Great

Asif khan khosti

1 year ago

the ever great app

Hubert Cumberdale

1 year ago

Brilliant for the multiple choice bit of the theory. Never looked at the highway code, just went through all of the practice questions in this (free version) over a few hours and passed my test 48/50.

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