penalty for using a fuel-saving technique, drivers warned
Driving with the clutch down or in neutral is referred to as coasting in the Highway Code. Drivers are cautioned against using this tactic since it reduces their driving control.
The downhill speed may be increased by coasting since engine braking is eliminated.
The footbrake's effectiveness may be compromised by frequent use.
Reduced steering response will be felt, particularly when making twists and curves.
Finding the correct equipment could be more difficult. She towed her neighbor's car after he kept using her parking spot.
A building with "extra fee" parking spaces was where the couple relocated. They payed for a spot, but a neighbour parked there instead.
Using improper vehicle control might get you a £1,000 fine or get you disqualified. Driving a bus, coach, or HGV carries a £2,500 fine.