Mum convicted of driving offence says her driver assist technology "took over"

A mum-of-four convicted of a driving offence says she only ploughed into oncoming traffic when her driver assist technology "took over" the wheel. Diane Bryan, 58, got a brand new Toyota RAV4 Excel through the motability scheme just six months before she was involved in a smash. The motability vehicle scheme allows people who receive mobility personal independence payments (PIP) to trade their payments in for an adapted vehicle. She insists when she tried to turn left round a bend the wheel refused to budge - and then 'white line' technology didn't kick in to pull her back when she crossed the central point. Dashcam footage shows the car veering over to the other side of the road, colliding with two oncoming vehicles.