Motorway Screens Bid To Stop Rubbernecking By Motorists
More than 3,000 screens have been bought by the Highways Agency to stop drivers in England rubbernecking when passing motorway accidents. The partitions will be put up to deter drivers who slow down to look at crashes on the opposite carriageway and therefore slow down the traffic behind. The government said the screens would “keep the motorways flowing”. As part of this scheme, 105 sets of incident screens will be made available for use by the Highways Agency next year.
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