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The Highway Code says windscreens and windows must be kept clear and free from obstructions at all times.
Anything placed on your windscreen which limits your vision could see road users issued a £100 on the spot fine.
During the strict lockdown phase when roads were up to 80 per cent quieter, the IFB saw a sharp drop in the number of crash-for-cash incidents – where con artists stage a collision to make fraudulent insurance claims.
After an accident, genuine motorists would appear shocked or scared and will not be concerned about the condition of their car and others involved in the crash.
Motorists who have already written down their insurance details before the accident happened
Stephen Dalton, head of intelligence and investigations at the IFB, said: “We’ve seen many innocent motorists seriously injured and sadly in some cases killed, all because callous fraudsters want to make some money.
A GP who made £350,000 a year with a ‘report-writing factory’ for fraudulent personal injury claims has been struck off.
Dr Asef Zafar, 54,