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Report anti-social driving

Anti-social driving is any activity involving a vehicle which causes alarm or distress.

You can report an incident of anti-social driving if the vehicle is:

  • tailgating
  • drifting around corners
  • making excessive noise or loud music is coming from the vehicle
  • wheel spinning or doing tyre burnouts
  • causing alarm or distress

Report anti-social driving

– online- fill in our report anti-social driving form
– by phone – call 101

To report it anonymously call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or fill in their online form.

Useful details when making a report

  1. The vehicle’s registration.
  2. The vehicle’s colour, make and model.
  3. The time and place where the incident happened.
  4. Any other details, such as a description of the driver.

Dangerous driving

Dangerous driving is a different offence to anti-social driving and is defined as driving that falls far below the standard expected of a competent and careful driver and would be obvious that driving in that way would be dangerous or would cause harm to others.

Report dangerous driving

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