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Wolverhampton Council and Merseyside Police crack down on brake light and tyre defects


Image credit: City of Wolverhampton Council Public Protection

Compliance Officers from the City of Wolverhampton Council Public Protection department joined forces with Merseyside Police Traffic in Liverpool and St Helens to crack down on vehicle defects.


The operation resulted in the suspension of two vehicles, one for not having working brake lights and another for having two illegal tyres.

The joint operation was part of ongoing efforts to ensure road safety and the prevention of accidents caused by faulty vehicles. A spokesperson for the City of Wolverhampton Council Public Protection department emphasised that such defects could have easily been spotted through daily driver vehicle checks.


To highlight the severity of the worn tyres, an image of one of the worn tyres was shared on social media.

A City of Wolverhampton Council Public Protection spokesperson said: “Compliance Officers working with Merseyside Police Traffic last night in Liverpool and St Helens. One vehicle suspended for no brake lights and one for 2 illegal tyres.


“Daily driver vehicle checks would have spotted these defects. Check your vehicle.”

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