October 23, 2013

A driver pulled over in Birmingham on 17 October, BBC News revealed this week, had been driving without insurance or indeed a driving licence since the early 1970s.

By this simple expedient, experts believe, he would probably have succeeded in reducing his motor insurance premiums by around £15,000.

But, now his little ruse has been rumbled, he can expect to have the full weight of the law brought down most mightily upon his sorry hind parts.

Driving without a licence can attract penalties of up to £1,000, and then he can expect to cop a further fine of £200 or more for driving without insurance.

The killer blow, however, is that this law-flouting renegade can now expect to be banned for serveral years from holding a driving licence.

Let’s see how he likes that!

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