Motorway police pull over vehicles for tinted windows, worn tyres and a loose battery on M6

Motorway police have pulled over vehicles today for having tinted windows, worn tyres and a loose battery on the M6. It is part of the Central Motorway Policing Group's Operation Tramline which covers the M6 and M6 Toll, the M5, the M42 and the A500 through Stoke-on-Trent. The officers on duty are using an unmarked HGV which gives them a better view into cars to catch offending drivers.

A van was pulled over on the M6 for a loose battery

Now they have pulled over at least three cars on the M6 this morning (June 5).

A CMPG spokesman said: "Good morning B Unit on duty today. "We will be out across the motorway network in the Staffordshire area & West Midlands area using an unmarked HGV spotting fatal4 and other offences. Keeping our motorways as safe as opposable.

Motorway police pull over vehicles for tinted windows, worn tyres and a loose battery on M6Motorway police have pulled over a car for having tinted windows on the M6

"Our first stop on the M6 results in a van being issued a PG9 for a loose battery.

A loose battery is a fire hazard. Please make sure your vehicle batteries are secure on a regular basis. "A vehicle stopped on the M6 due to heavily tinted front windows.

Driver given a choice to remove the tints or receive a PG9 prohibition.

"Another stop check on the M6 and officers discover the state of this tyre.

Driver reported.

Motorway police pull over vehicles for tinted windows, worn tyres and a loose battery on M6Motorway police have pulled over a car for having a worn tyre on the M6

"Remember the minimum legal tread depth is 1.6mm."

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