Disqualified driver caught behind the wheel on the M3

Daily Echo: Disqualified driver caught behind the wheel on the M3 Disqualified driver caught behind the wheel on the M3

Southamptom man Andrew Clack was caught driving on the M3 whilst disqualified.

Officers stopped his Seat Ibiza near Winchester on December 23, Basingstoke Magistrates Court heard.

Clack, 27, of Chettle Road, Thornhill, was further disqualified from driving for eight months, ordered to do 100 hours unpaid work and to pay a victim surcharge of £60 and costs of £30.

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1:13pm Thu 31 Jan 13

ohec says...

Was he not charged with driving whilst uninsured ? he clearly has no regard for the law so i see further bans as a waste of time. Anybody caught driving whilst uninsured should have their car seized and destroyed/sold with any profit going back into road policing no ands if or buts and that should be standard policy.
Was he not charged with driving whilst uninsured ? he clearly has no regard for the law so i see further bans as a waste of time. Anybody caught driving whilst uninsured should have their car seized and destroyed/sold with any profit going back into road policing no ands if or buts and that should be standard policy. ohec
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3:54pm Thu 31 Jan 13

bazzeroz says...

ohec wrote:
Was he not charged with driving whilst uninsured ? he clearly has no regard for the law so i see further bans as a waste of time. Anybody caught driving whilst uninsured should have their car seized and destroyed/sold with any profit going back into road policing no ands if or buts and that should be standard policy.
Just about covered everything!
[quote][p][bold]ohec[/bold] wrote: Was he not charged with driving whilst uninsured ? he clearly has no regard for the law so i see further bans as a waste of time. Anybody caught driving whilst uninsured should have their car seized and destroyed/sold with any profit going back into road policing no ands if or buts and that should be standard policy.[/p][/quote]Just about covered everything! bazzeroz
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6:14pm Thu 31 Jan 13

Ginger_cyclist says...

I think I've seen this car driving round quite regularly, I can't be sure though as they haven't published the numberplate which would be perfectly legal to do as a number plate isn't classed as private information in this country since it ONLY identifies the vehicle, not the driver and/or owner.
I think I've seen this car driving round quite regularly, I can't be sure though as they haven't published the numberplate which would be perfectly legal to do as a number plate isn't classed as private information in this country since it ONLY identifies the vehicle, not the driver and/or owner. Ginger_cyclist
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8:28pm Thu 31 Jan 13

Inform Al says...

Another little slap on the wrist, when punishment becomes the norm we will all be safer on the roads. I can'i ihink of anywhere more dangerouse than a motorway for someone who obviously has no regard for the law to be driving.
Another little slap on the wrist, when punishment becomes the norm we will all be safer on the roads. I can'i ihink of anywhere more dangerouse than a motorway for someone who obviously has no regard for the law to be driving. Inform Al
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1:13am Fri 1 Feb 13

Ginger_cyclist says...

Inform Al wrote:
Another little slap on the wrist, when punishment becomes the norm we will all be safer on the roads. I can'i ihink of anywhere more dangerouse than a motorway for someone who obviously has no regard for the law to be driving.
Start replacing the old cameras on traffic lights with ANPR cameras on EVERY set of traffic lights in Britain and fit them to lamposts at junctions that don't have traffic lights... Or just let me have their number plates, would be cheaper to let me catch them.
[quote][p][bold]Inform Al[/bold] wrote: Another little slap on the wrist, when punishment becomes the norm we will all be safer on the roads. I can'i ihink of anywhere more dangerouse than a motorway for someone who obviously has no regard for the law to be driving.[/p][/quote]Start replacing the old cameras on traffic lights with ANPR cameras on EVERY set of traffic lights in Britain and fit them to lamposts at junctions that don't have traffic lights... Or just let me have their number plates, would be cheaper to let me catch them. Ginger_cyclist
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