Letterkenny Gardaí caught a driver who was on the road without insurance, tax, or NCT.
Gardaí seized the Ford Cougar and have scheduled a court date for the driver.
Driving without insurance is a serious offence, leading to fines, penalty points, and the possibility of disqualification.
The driver could now face a fine of up to €5,000, 5 penalty points, or a prison term not exceeding six months.
The judge may also decide to disqualify the driver instead of incurring penalty points. If this decision is reached, the driver could be disqualified for two years or more (if it is their first offence), and four years or more if it is a second offence committed within three years of the first.
Failure to display a current tax disc on your vehicle is considered a motoring offence and will result in a €60 fixed-charge fine issued by a traffic warden or a Garda. Additionally, driving without NCT can lead to 3 penalty points on payment (€60 within 28 days, €90 in the 28 days following), or 5 penalty points upon conviction.Tags: