Police confiscate a ‘dangerously ridden’ motorcycle in Newton-le-Willows !

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Police seized a motorcycle that they said was being ridden “dangerously” with a child passenger on board.

The officers said they were patrolling Wargrave Road in Newton-le-Willows this morning, Wednesday, January 25, when they saw a Suzuki Bandit motorcycle being mounted.

“Non-observance of the rules of the road”

Police said that “on closer examination, the rider had ‘sat’ his four-year-old son next to the fuel tank” and said “the rider showed no regard for his child’s safety”.

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Officers in a regular vehicle followed the bike, which police alleged was being ridden “without regard to the rules of the road”, including over curbs and over the speed limit.

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Police said they questioned the passenger and claimed the suspect did not have insurance or a licence.

The bike was seized by the officers.

The suspect has been reported in connection with alleged dangerous driving and driving without a license and insurance.

Police claim the bike did not have mandatory lights.

What is the law surrounding the billion children?

The law does not set a minimum age for motorcyclists, although they must be able to access foot pegs, must wear a properly fitted helmet and, if under 16, must have permission from their parent or guardian.