At the very least, this is all that the police need to start an investigation with.Details of the who, what, where, when and why come next.West Midlands Police said motorists could help drive the beggars from the streets by refusing to paying.But now a Birmingham councillor has called for action and warned the issue highlighted a deeper problem.There is no test and can be completed in the year after passing your driving test. Its fast pace, with more lanes than a dual carriageway, can be intimidating. There are different set of rules and hazards to deal with that are not covered in your previous practical driving lessons.Once completed you could qualify for a discount on your insurance. With a minimum of two hours, we will cover practical situations and cover rules of the motorway. Everybody has a unique learning style and therefore learn at different speeds.
She contacted police who said they would send a patrol car.UPDATE: Police close in on teen bike gang menacing drivers A GANG of bike-riding youths are intimidating drivers in a spate of incidents in Worcester.They have surrounded one woman's car and opened the passenger door next to her terrified daughter, blocked roads to cars in the city and shouted abuse at pedestrians.Conservative Councillor Des Flood (Con, Bartley Green) said: “I believe these women are being exploited and are being used by illegal gangs to obtain money - another form of modern day slavery.“I have received a number of complaints from residents who feel very vulnerable sitting in traffic at this busy junction and they have told me about the aggressive behaviour of some of the women involved."He continued: “The police are trying their best to deal with this issue, but the mere sight of a police car sends these women running away, endangering their own lives and potentially causing a serious crash.“Some of these women are pregnant and it’s very concerning as this is a serious accident waiting to happen.“The police need the support of other agencies, including the city council’s anti social behaviour teams, to deal with this problem.”One motorists said he had seen the women being forced to hand over cash to gang leaders sitting in cars parked nearby and being threatened if the money was short.Have you ever felt upset enough about something that happened around you in traffic that you wanted to report it to the police?