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This product will be discontinued by the publisher at the end of 2011.All aspects of road traffic law and practice are comprehensively and authoritatively covered in this work. Every item of relevant legislation and subordinate legislation is reproduced with clear detailed explanation and interpretation, together with summaries of case law and separate sections devoted to procedure and EU materials. Coverage includes legislation and regulations in chronological order, procedure, EC materials, and technical standards in chronological order.
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