Driver fiend for no insurance

Daily Echo: Driver fiend for no insurance Driver fiend for no insurance

A WATERSIDE man who drove with no insurance has been fined £100.

Eric Maurel, 54, of Hursley Drive, Blackfield, admitted driving a P-reg Nissan Largo on Long Lane, Holbury, on May 30 2013, Basingstoke Magistrates’ Court was told.

The case was proved in his absence.

As well as the fine, Maurel was ordered to pay a £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs and had six penalty points imposed on his licence.

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12:45pm Sun 16 Mar 14

espanuel says...

The little FIEND, why Basingstoke and not Southampton?
The little FIEND, why Basingstoke and not Southampton? espanuel
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2:24pm Sun 16 Mar 14

Inform Al says...

This fiend was fined less than the cost of insuring the car would have been, I must be silly as I insure mine.
This fiend was fined less than the cost of insuring the car would have been, I must be silly as I insure mine. Inform Al
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7:37pm Sun 16 Mar 14

in search of the truth says...

Yes it is less than his insurance would have been, but they crush un insured
cars into cubes don't they, as an ultimate deterrent against ever doing it again !!!
Yes it is less than his insurance would have been, but they crush un insured cars into cubes don't they, as an ultimate deterrent against ever doing it again !!! in search of the truth
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9:16pm Sun 16 Mar 14

andysaints007 says...

espanuel wrote:
The little FIEND, why Basingstoke and not Southampton?
Blimey you are a bit thick aren't you!
[quote][p][bold]espanuel[/bold] wrote: The little FIEND, why Basingstoke and not Southampton?[/p][/quote]Blimey you are a bit thick aren't you! andysaints007
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9:47pm Sun 16 Mar 14

dolomiteman says...

in search of the truth wrote:
Yes it is less than his insurance would have been, but they crush un insured
cars into cubes don't they, as an ultimate deterrent against ever doing it again !!!
Not quite, the car owner gets 14 days to get their car back after paying the towing and impound costs as well as obtaining insurance.

When stopped at the roadside they can either except a penalty charge of £200 (plus having the car impounded) and six points or opt to have the case taken to court, in most cases the court fine will exceed that of the roadside fine but for some reason here it didn't.
[quote][p][bold]in search of the truth[/bold] wrote: Yes it is less than his insurance would have been, but they crush un insured cars into cubes don't they, as an ultimate deterrent against ever doing it again !!![/p][/quote]Not quite, the car owner gets 14 days to get their car back after paying the towing and impound costs as well as obtaining insurance. When stopped at the roadside they can either except a penalty charge of £200 (plus having the car impounded) and six points or opt to have the case taken to court, in most cases the court fine will exceed that of the roadside fine but for some reason here it didn't. dolomiteman
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9:49pm Sun 16 Mar 14

dolomiteman says...

andysaints007 wrote:
espanuel wrote:
The little FIEND, why Basingstoke and not Southampton?
Blimey you are a bit thick aren't you!
Why is he a bit thick, Southampton has a magistrates court that can hear traffic offences so why was it at Basingstoke?
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]espanuel[/bold] wrote: The little FIEND, why Basingstoke and not Southampton?[/p][/quote]Blimey you are a bit thick aren't you![/p][/quote]Why is he a bit thick, Southampton has a magistrates court that can hear traffic offences so why was it at Basingstoke? dolomiteman
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10:03pm Sun 16 Mar 14

Zexagon says...

dolomiteman wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
espanuel wrote:
The little FIEND, why Basingstoke and not Southampton?
Blimey you are a bit thick aren't you!
Why is he a bit thick, Southampton has a magistrates court that can hear traffic offences so why was it at Basingstoke?
I was wondering that myself.Thought it was a reasonable question
[quote][p][bold]dolomiteman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]espanuel[/bold] wrote: The little FIEND, why Basingstoke and not Southampton?[/p][/quote]Blimey you are a bit thick aren't you![/p][/quote]Why is he a bit thick, Southampton has a magistrates court that can hear traffic offences so why was it at Basingstoke?[/p][/quote]I was wondering that myself.Thought it was a reasonable question Zexagon
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