NORMALLY A NO ENTRY SIGN APPEARS ON BOTH SIDES LEFT AND RIGHT OF THE ROAD. IF IT IS A BUS LANE WITH A NO ENTRY SEE GOOGLE MAPS RM16 5UT STIFFOFD HILL JUST BY CUCKOO LANE IT HAS ONE SIGN SAYING LOCAL BUSES ONLY.COULD YOU INCURR PENALTY POINTS IF YOU ENTERED BY MISTAKE.
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So just a matter of interest, if you was caught going through a no entry by a police officer this would carry no endorseable points on licence just a fine? or does this just apply to no entry on bus lanes. Im unclear
No entry - pointsBus lane - no points (fine only) Please remember to click accept so that I am credited for my time. Thank you.
So this was a bus lane with a no entry sign with a sign underneath saying except local buses, so is this not still no entry whether a bus lane or not.
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thanks for your information please remember this is a red no entry sign at the start of the bus lane underneath saying local bus only
obviously no entry signs normally mean no traffic can pass
is this still a fine
or penalty points
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