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motorways and national highways in country, the sources said these included strict enforcement against careless driving i.
And where the careless driving has been aggravated by excessive drink/ drugs, a judge's sentencing powers are the same as those for dangerous driving.
A new offence of causing serious injury through careless driving is also to be created.
Latest figures show 157 motorists were convicted of causing death by dangerous driving last year, and 32 of causing death by careless driving while drunk or drugged.
A further 800 evaded prison despite causing death by careless driving.
Now, Anderson, 52, has appeared in the dock at North Tyneside Magistrates' Court where he entered a not guilty plea to one count of causing death by careless or inconsiderate driving.
Yesterday, however, Mr Wright said after reviewing the evidence so far and the evidence to come the prosecution would accept a guilty plea to causing death by careless driving and would now offer no evidence to the more serious charge.
The fact remains that almost one million fixed penalty notices were issued for careless driving and speeding offences in 2013.
Driver Stephen Bennett, 22, of Brandon Grove in Rossett, admitted a charge of careless driving following the incident at Salisbury Road, Wrexham, last October 20.
According to the company, Careless activates the enzyme SIRT 1, the master sensor to detect dietary intake and to modulate metabolic processes promoting energy homeostasis and cell protection.
For example, the state with the most careless driving, Florida, got a 51 on the scale (District of Columbia is included in the rankings).
MERSEYSIDE TV psychic Derek Acorah has been charged with careless driving and failing to supply a specimen of breath for analysis after his sports car was involved in a crash.