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Car full of rubbish – police set driver clean-up period

Clean up as a police order: The police have set a deadline for the driver of a dangerously full car to clean up.

Essen – Because his car was dangerously full of rubbish, the police in Essen gave a driver a "clean-up period". The man must urgently put things in order within the stipulated time.

There are currently objects in the footwell on the driver's side that could impede braking or clutching appropriate to the situation, a message said on Monday. This can delay the braking distance, especially in a dangerous situation.

The car was noticed last Friday because the driver was sitting unusually close to the steering wheel. Behind him everything was covered with paper and rubbish. In addition, the car was MOT due. dpa

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