[2004] EWHC 1937 (Admin)

A distraction could operate as a defence to careless driving but each case turned on its own facts. In the instant case, children emerging onto a central reservation from a car that had stalled on the opposite carriageway was not an incident sufficient to absolve a driver from failing to pay proper attention to the road ahead.

QBD (Admin) (Newman J)


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