Please correct the spacing in your post, it's very difficult to read as it is.Foreign driverswill have a pay on-the-spot fines of up to ￡900for breaking the traffic law to be carried our next month. Ks5u
If they do not haveenough cash or a working credit card, their vehicles will clamped untilthey pay law takes effect ,because the money would be returned if the driver wentto court and was found not guilty , Inpractice, very few foreign drives are likely to return to Britain to deal withtheir eases. Ks5u
Foreign drivers arerarely charged because police cannot take action against them if they fail toappear in court, Instead, officers often merely give warnings. Ks5u
Three millionforeign-registered vehicles enter Britain each year . Polish vehicless make up 36 percent, French vehicles 10 percent and German vehicles 9 percent. Ks5u
Foreign vehicles are 30percent more vehicles entre Britaineach year. Polish vehicles make up 36 percent. French crashes caused by foreignvehicle rose by 47 percent between 2003 and 2008. There were almost 400 deathsand serious injuries and 3,000 slight injuries form accidents caused by foreignvehicles in 2008. Ks5u
The new Law is partyintended to settle the problem of foreign lorry divers ignoring limits toweight and hours at the wheel . foreign lorries are throe times more likely tobe in a crash than British Lorries. Recent spot checks found that threequarters of Lorries that failed safety teats were registered overseas. Ks5u
The standard deposit fora careless driving offence —such as driving too close to the vehicle in frontor reading a map at the wheel—will be ￡300.Deposits for speeding offences and using mobile phones will be ￡60. Foreigndrivers will not get points as punishment added to their licenses, whileBritish drivers will. Ks5u
The first paragraph serves as a（n）_____________ Ks5u
A. introduction B.background.
Which one is better? In fact, I cannot tell the differencc in each case.
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