Man admits driving without a licence for 40 years
A man stopped by motorway police told them he has been driving without a licence for the past 40 years. He was pulled over in the Nechells area of Birmingham on the 17th October, a police spokesman said.
The unlicensed driver also had no insurance and his car has been seized and impounded.
“He has committed a criminal offence, and the matter will proceed to the courts,” a West Midlands Police spokesman said. “We don’t know whether the driver had even passed his test,” he added.
Penalties for driving without the appropriate licence include a fine of £1,000, a driving ban, and being prevented from obtaining a licence for a period of years.
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