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  1. Hi, I'm after a bit of help again. In November 2010 I was convicted of Dangerous driving and also for 2 tyres On my Licence it shows 1x DD40 and 2x CU30 (Using a vehicle with defective tyres) I read somewhere that you only get fined once of a CU30 and therefore if you had 1 or more tyres below the legal limits you would only get one fine, So if this is the case should I have 2 CU30's on my licence? If not what do I do? I know I can have them removed from my licence after 4 years but need to inform my insurance for 5 years, if I only have one CU30 on my licence it shou
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