Roads and Vehicles
Our Roads Policing Department is supported by the Motorcycle Unit and the Crash Investigation Unit to help keep our roads a safe place to travel.
In this section:
Abandoned vehicles cause an eye sore in our communities, they are often targets for acts of vandalism and can even be linked to criminal activity.
Load dimensions and how to arrange and escort.
Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology is used to help find criminals, organised crime groups and terrorists.
Information and advice regarding water safety.
Information to explain what vehicle modifications are legal.
By taking the following advice you can reduce the chance of becoming a victim of car crime.
There are certain rules that apply to cyclists in addition to the standard rules of road use for all vehicles.
Highways England is responsible for the upkeep and removal of debris from trunk roads and motorways.
Driving whilst under the influence of alcohol or drugs can seriously affect your ability to control your vehicle and your ability to respond to what is happening around you.
A person can only drive on the road in the UK if they hold a current driving licence, either full or provisional, which is appropriate to the type of vehicle they are driving.
Advice for keeping safe on the roads during bad weather conditions.
Whilst most people who drive vehicles off-road do so lawfully and responsibly, a small minority damage the land and endanger the safety of other road and path users.
An unsecured motorcycle, scooter or moped is an easy target for thieves as they are relatively lightweight and can be wheeled away and lifted into a waiting vehicle.
Information on motoring offences and how police deal with them.
Councils in Suffolk are working together to keep roads safe for emergency vehicles and key workers, in readiness for the move of statutory parking enforcement powers (week commencing 6 April).
This section will provide information regarding road traffic collisions
There are a number of things that you should consider, check, and prepare before heading out in your car.
Seatbelts are fitted in cars as a way to protect you and any other passengers from harm if the vehicle is involved in a collision.
The laws that apply to cars and motorcycles also apply to things such as segways, hoverboards and mini motos.
Excess speed for the conditions, or the limit, is one of the main reasons for accidental deaths and injuries on our roads.
Security mark your tools If you take the time to security mark your tools, it will protect them against theft and assist the police to...
All vehicles that are registered in the UK and used or kept on public roads must be taxed.