Elliott v Grey: QBD 1959

The defendant had left his car on the roadway. It was raised on bricks, and the battery was removed. He appealed his conviction for it not being insured.
Held: The conviction was correct. The acts of the defendant fell within the mischief of the Act. The car was being ‘used on a road’.

[1959] 3 All ER 733
England and Wales
Cited by:
CitedR and S Pilling (T/A Phoenix Engineering) v UK Insurance Ltd SC 27-Mar-2019
The driver’s car failed its MOT., He took it to private premises to repair. In those repairs, inflammable materials ignited and the fire spread those premises and adjoining third party premises. The premise’ insurers paid the owners of both and . .

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Road Traffic

Updated: 23 January 2022; Ref: scu.200604