Lorry driver who crashed into millionaire veteran car driver didn’t know tapping a mobile while driving was illegal, court told

Lorry driver who crashed into millionaire veteran car driver didn't know tapping a mobile while driving was illegal, court told
 

A lorry driver who crashed into a Canadian millionaire taking part in the London to Brighton Veteran Car Rally told a jury he did not think tapping a mobile phone to make a call while driving was illegal.

Michael Black, 52, was driving his tipper lorry in the third lane of the M23 southbound when his truck smashed into the back of a 1903 Knox car, killing the driver, 80-year-old Ronald Carey.

Carey and his wife Billi had taken a […][1]


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