Police in Bolton have carried out a road safety day of action across the town.

During this they say have made one arrest, reported numerous other people and seized six vehicles.

A number of traffic offence reports were made.

Police say they included two for speeding, seven for using a phone while driving, four for not wearing a seatbelt and three for having young people in a car with no child seat or nor seatbelt.

A further one was giving for having an unsecure load.

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Police say person was arrested for driving under the influence of cannabis and six vehicles were seized for the driver having no insurance.

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And they report a motorist was summonsed to court for driving with no licence and a defected vehicle.

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A  spokesperson for GMP said; "We are committed to improving road safety in Bolton."