Having seen the numerous amounts SOGA(G) offences that us as GPD have to deal with due to the apathy of our military communities towards SOâs would it not be of benefit to invoke section 165 of the RTA. After a few vehicles being taken away and crushed, would this not be an incentive to register with the relevant authorities or to have current insurance? In the UK the Civ Pol waited in anticipation for this legislation to appear. Gone was the 7 day wonder or in our case the good old 703 for the owner to provided valid insurance and MOT (Relevant vehicle road worthiness inspection). When the average unit does not care and just slaps the person on the wrist, telling then to get a grip and to sort out the registration of their vehicle (not all I will say, but most). Would this not be the thorn in the repeat offenderâs side? But i can hear the descent in the ranks about this due to the problems that we may incur. Try this! Every Garrison has a duty recovery on call 24 hrs a day! Every Garrison has an area set aside for scrap cars oh and most have a Garrison Rally Club to take them at the end of the 14 day period. I understand that this would never happen as we as Service Police would never get the backing of our masters in relation to this. Too much of a big stick by GPD that may alienate us from our customers! With AFA 2006 coming shortly will we have the extra power under the new Act to enforce this regulation under the RTA?