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Blackburn with Darwen tops the list of drivers with 12 or more points
More than 10,000 motorists are allowed on the roads despite having 12 or more penalty points on their licence.
The area with the highest proportion of drivers with a dozen or more points was Blackburn with Darwen.
Sixty-seven drivers there had a dozen or more points in June 2017, which is equivalent to almost 60 out of of every 100,000 motorists.
Ann Hannon, from Blackburn, has been speaking about her son Matt, who was 22 when he died.
He had been racing his best friend Steve Hayhurst, who was 23 at the time and admitted causing death by dangerous driving. Matt's family pleaded with the judge to spare him a prison sentence.
Six months is not enough. People use their cars for getting to work and going out. They can get by for six months. A year would make more of a difference. Speeding is still a big problem, but there's more focus on mobile phones as well.
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