Driver caught with no insurance twice

PUBLISHED: 12:08 11 May 2006 | UPDATED: 13:27 04 May 2010

LITTLEPORT motorist Martin Quince is facing a driving ban after being convicted of driving without insurance twice within two weeks. Quince, 25, of Wisbech Road, is due to be sentenced by Ely magistrates on May 25. On Thursday, the court was told that Qui

LITTLEPORT motorist Martin Quince is facing a driving ban after being convicted of driving without insurance twice within two weeks.

Quince, 25, of Wisbech Road, is due to be sentenced by Ely magistrates on May 25.

On Thursday, the court was told that Quince was stopped while driving a blue Ford Fiesta at Elmside in Littleport on February 2, and failed to produce any driving documents.

He was behind the wheel of the same car on February 18 when he was stopped in Main Street, and again failed to produce insurance, an MoT certificate or driving licence.

The magistrates convicted him of driving without any of the necessary documents and adjourned the case for him to attend court.


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