Vehicle with no insurance stopped in St Leonards

Hastings Police stopped a vehicle with no insurance yesterday (July 25) in St Leonards, resulting in the driver having his vehicle confiscated.

A Hastings Police spokesperson said on July 25: “Vehicle stopped on the Marina in St Leonards for no insurance, the driver having missed payments on his policy resulting in his insurance being cancelled. The vehicle was recovered at the roadside and the driver had to walk home, after receiving a Traffic Offence Report (TOR) - 6 points on his licence and £300 fine."
A Hastings Police spokesperson said on July 25: “Vehicle stopped on the Marina in St Leonards for no insurance, the driver having missed payments on his policy resulting in his insurance being cancelled. The vehicle was recovered at the roadside and the driver had to walk home, after receiving a Traffic Offence Report (TOR) - 6 points on his licence and £300 fine."

The driver was issued with a Traffic Offence Report – six points on his license and a £300 fine - after officers found that his insurance had been cancelled after missed payments.

A Hastings Police spokesperson said on July 25: “Vehicle stopped on the Marina in St Leonards for no insurance, the driver having missed payments on his policy resulting in his insurance being cancelled.

“The vehicle was recovered at the roadside and the driver had to walk home, after receiving a Traffic Offence Report (TOR) - 6 points on his licence and £300 fine.

“Please ensure your driving documents are valid. Check payments are received by your insurance company. Ensure your vehicle is Taxed and MOT’d this can be checked online.

“Please be aware of the codes and categories on your driving licence.”