Longford gardaí seize vehicle after driver produces fraudulent insurance cert from firm that ceased trading in 2011 Pictures: Twitter An Garda Síochána @GardaTraffic
The Longford Roads Policing Unit today seized a vehicle that had a fraudulent insurance certificate and they also detected another driver exceeding the speed limit by 38 kilometres per hour.
According to the An Garda Síochána's official Twitter account @GardaTraffic, Longford RPU stopped a vehicle earlier today and the driver produced a fraudulent insurance certificate from an insurance company that ceased trading in 2011.
The vehicle was seized and the driver will appear in court at a later date.
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They also detected a motorist travelling at 118 kilometres per hour in an 80 zone and a fixed charge penalty notice was issued.
They urged drivers to slow down and to arrive alive.
Longford Roads Policing Unit stopped above vehicle and driver produced a fraudulent insurance certificate from an insurance company that ceased trading in 2011. Vehicle seized court to follow. pic.twitter.com/u5IlaQa6bl— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) November 26, 2019
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