OSPRE Part 1 - TRAFFIC

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OSPRE Part 1 - TRAFFIC
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  1. Definition of a Mechanically Propelled Vehicle
    • Any vehicle powered either: 
    • Petrol
    • Gas
    • Diesel
    • Electricity
    • Steam
  2. Definition of a Motor Vehicle - Section 185(1) Road Traffic Act 1988
    • MPV which is either: 
    • Intended or Adapted ...... for the use on a road
  3. Definition of a road - Section 192(1) Road Traffic Act 1988
    • A Road includes any: 
    • Highway
    • Road to which the public have access
    • Bridges over which a road passes
  4. Definition of a highway
    • Public footpaths
    • Public bridleways
    • Public carriageways
  5. Definition of Driving
    • It is a question of fact determined by whether the person had control of both the vehicle's:
    • Movement
    • Direction
  6. Definition of Dangerous (Objective test) - Section 2A(1) Road Traffic Act 1988
    Driving will be deemed as dangerous where both:

    1. The person's driving falls far below the standards or a competent and careful driver....

    • 2. ....and it would be obvious to a competent and careful driver (objective test) that either:
    •       Driving that way would be dangerous; or
    •       Driving the vehicle in its current state would be dangerous

    • Danger must relate to either:
    • Injury to any person.
    • Serious damage to property
  7. Dangerous Driving - Section 2 Road Traffic Act 1988
    Drives an MPV dangerously on a either a road or other public place.
  8. Causing Death by Dangerous Driving - Section 1  Road Traffic Act 1988
    • Unlawfully;
    • Cause the death;
    • > Of another human being;
    • > By driving an MPV;
    • Dangerously;
    • > On a Road or other public place.
  9. Careless or Inconsiderate Driving - Section 3 Road Traffic Act 1988
    • Drive an MPV
    • On either a road or other public place
    • Without either due care and attention; or reasonable consideration for other road users.
  10. Causing Death by Careless Driving Whilst Unfit Through Drink or Drugs - Section 3A(1)(a) Road Traffic Act 1988
    • Cause the Death of another human being
    • By driving an MPV
    • On either a road or other public place
    • Without either - Due care and attention; or Reasonable consideration for other road users; and
    • They are unfit through drink or drugs.
  11. Causing Death By Careless Driving Of A Motor Vehicle Whilst Over The Alcohol Limit - Section 3A(1)(b) Road Traffic Act 1988
    • Cause the death of another human being
    • By driving a motor vehicle;
    • On either a road or other public place;
    • Without either - Due care and attention; or Reasonable consideration for other road users; and 
    • The proportion of alcohol in their breath/blood/urine exceeds the limit.
  12. Causing Death By Careless Driving Of A Motor Vehicle & Fails To Provide A Specimen - Section 3A(1)(c) Road Traffic Act 1988
    • >  Cause the death of another human being
    • >  By driving a motor vehicle;
    • >  On either a road or other public place;
    • >  Without either - Due care and attention; or
    • >  Reasonable consideration for other road users; and 
    • >  Fail to provide an evidentiary specimen within 18 hours of the act       of driving that caused the death; and
    • >  They did not have a reasonable excuse.

    NB - Not a preliminary breath test
  13. Definition Of Due Care And Attention
    • Driving which falls below the standards expected of a driver who is both;
    •      Competent
    •      Careful

    No need to show the driver was aware their standard fell below.
  14. Causing Death By Careless Or Inconsiderate Driving - Section 2B Road Traffic Act 1988
    • Cause the death of another person by
    • Driving an MPV
    • On either a road or a public place; either
    • Without due care and attention, or
    • Without consideration for other persons using the road or place.
  15. Causing Death By Driving Whilst Either Unlicensed, Disqualified, Or Uninsured - Section 3ZB Road Traffic Act 1988
    • Cause the death of another person
    • By driving a motor vehicle
    • On a road
    • And at the time of driving they were either; Driving otherwise in accordance with license. Driving whilst disqualified. Driving whilst uninsured or unsecured against 3rd party risk.
  16. Failing To Stop - Section 59(1) Police Reform Act 2002
    Person fails to comply with an order under subsection (3)(A) is guilty of an offence
  17. Driving A Motor Vehicle On A Road Whilst Using A Hand Held Mobile Phone - Section 41D Road Traffic Act 1988
    • Driving themselves
    • Causing/permitting a driver
    • Supervision learner drivers

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