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‘RUBBING THE BODYWORK’: Motorway police remove ‘danger’ from the road after break down in live lane

Updated: May 29


Image credit: Central Motorway Police Group (CMPG)

Officers from the Central Motorway Police Group (CMPG) responded to a vehicle breakdown in a perilous position on the M6, between junctions 13 and 12 in Staffordshire. The car, stranded in a live lane, posed a significant risk to motorists.


Upon arrival, CMPG officers moved the vehicle to a nearby safety bay. A subsequent inspection revealed severe tyre wear; the front nearside tyre had worn down to the cord, compromising the vehicle's safety by rubbing against the bodywork.

A Central Motorway Police Group (CMPG) spokesperson said: “We attened a car which had broken down in a live lane today, M6 south J13-J12 Staffordshire.


“We safely moved it to a bay and found the front nearside tyre through to cord and rubbing the bodywork.


“Another danger off the road.”


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