Drivers Could Be Fined £1,000 for Not Drinking Enough WATER -- Here's How to Avoid Being Caught Out
Apr 15, 2022 • 16:56
UK nanny state continues.
Not drinking enough water can lead to symptoms such as dizziness, headaches, tiredness, cramps and loss of focus.
This could see you slapped with a £1,000 fine if police believe you do not have proper control of the vehicle due to dehydration.
But don’t drink water and drive, nanny cameras can fine you for that too:
UK officials confirm that the mobile speed cameras on the M4 freeway in Wiltshire will not just be ticketing speeders. They will use long-range cameras with up to a half-mile range to issue tickets to people drinking from a water bottle, eating an apple, talking on mobile phones, reading maps, failing to wear a seatbelt, or letting children stand on the back seats.