Police stop uninsured vehicles in Stamford, Bourne and Market Deeping over the weekend
Police have stopped uninsured vehicles in Stamford, Bourne and Market Deeping over the weekend.
On Friday night (June 26), response officers located a Red Honda Estate being driven with no insurance on the A151 Raymond Rays Way in Bourne.
On the same night, a driver was spotted driving at High Speed in Market Deeping. When he was stopped, not only was the vehicle not insured but the driver was also in possession of cannabis.
He was reported for the driving offences and issued a cannabis warning.
Then on Saturday at about 1.20pm, two police officers were on patrol in Uffington Road, Stamford when they stopped a silver Vauxhall Insignia. The driver was a provisional licence holder and the vehicle had no insurance.
Both the driver and the supervising person were reported for no insurance offences and the vehicle was seized.
The offence of driving an uninsured vehicle carries a discretionary disqualification, an unlimited fine, six to eight penalty points, a recovery and initial storage charge of £170, there after £20 per day storage fee. If the vehicle is not claimed within seveb days then it will be crushed or sold by the recovery agents.