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Driver’s mobile phone charge

PUBLISHED: 11:34 22 April 2010 | UPDATED: 10:54 12 August 2010

A £35,000 Range Rover was seized after a motorist received a driving ban for using a mobile phone.

A £35,000 Range Rover was seized after a motorist received a driving ban for using a mobile phone.

The 30-year-old woman ignored a warning by a PCSO on April 7 to stop using her mobile phone while driving.

After she drove off, checks on the number plate revealed the car was uninsured, and the driver was stopped the following day in Birdham Close, Bromley, and the car was seized.

She already had 9 points on her licence and will now also be banned after she receives six extra points for the offence of driving without insurance.

She will also have to pay a £200 fine and a £150 release fee to get her car back.


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