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Infographic Everyday Ways you Break the Law
SMPP Software ProviderOf course the vast majority of the population are law-abiding citizens who will go about their daily lives without intentionally breaking the law in any way. They’ll make a conscious decision to make sure they don’t murder someone or set something on fire. However, we’ve discovered that actually most people do break the law in some ways every day, even if they don’t realise they are. Our latest infographic tells you exactly how most people will inevitably break the law every day, whether it be in the home, in the garden, or while driving, along with our own severity rating for how bad we think the crime is. For example, did you know that it’s against the law to eat or drink while driving? And how many of us accidentally speed while driving even though it’s illegal? Take a look at the infographic below to find out how often you probably break the law and how.
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