Cumbria Police are using an HGV as part of an operation to catch dangerous driving along the A66. They're looking for drivers who are speeding, overtaking illegally, using their phone while driving and not wearing a seatbelt.
“The use of the HGV will give officers the advantage of a higher vantage point enabling them to see into vehicles and to observe the behaviour of motorists. Drivers do not expect Police Officers to be in an HGV therefore it gives us a more honest and realistic outlook on how motorists are behaving.
It's part of Operation Natterjack which aims at improving driving along the stretch of road from Penrith to Stainmore. Police launched the operation in response to concerns from motorists and people living along the road about the standard of driving.
In the last three years, there have been 83 incidents in which people were killed or seriously injured around Kirby Thore, Appleby and Brough.
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