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Parents face fines over driving children to school.

Parents face fines over driving children to school.

Parents across the country face tough restrictions – and even fines – over driving their children to the school gates, in a push by councils on road safety and pollution.

As the new academic year begins, a survey of councils shows many are enforcing laws preventing parking immediately outside the school gates, using CCTV cameras and mobile monitoring vehicles to crack down on parents flouting the rules.

But some are going further with schemes that close the roads in the immediate vicinity of schools to most traffic during the school run.

In some cases, parents could face fines of up to £130 for driving in the restricted zones.

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