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Van Driver Handed 'No Smoking' Sign Fine

Van Driver Handed 'No Smoking' Sign Fine


A van driver has been fined £200 for not displaying a ‘No smoking’ sign on his brand new van.  

Freddie Beasley from Cleankill Environmental Services was pulled over in a joint police and council operation to clamp down on dangerous vehicles.

Beasley attempted to explain to council officials that his van had just been picked up from a garage where workers had painted the Cleankill logo on the side – and was en route back to the firm’s HQ.

The law states that any ‘company vehicle’ must display a ‘no smoking’ sign. As the vehicle was branded with a company logo, it could not be classified as a ‘personal van’ and therefore warranted the £200 fine.

Paul Bates from Cleankill Environment Services said:

“Let this be a warning to anybody that drives a company van.

The irony is that if our technician had been smoking he would have been fined four time less, just £50.”