Shropshire Star

Hefty fine and costs for Telford used car firm which failed to ID driver suspected of motoring offence

A used car dealership has been fined £1,000 after failing to identify a driver suspected of a motoring offence in one of its vehicles.


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LR Trans Ltd, based in Captain Webb Drive, Dawley, Telford, was found guilty in absence of the charge at Worcester Magistrates Court.

The suspected motoring offence took place in a 62-plate Citroen which the firm owned on September 22 last year.

As well as the fine, magistrates also ordered the firm to pay a £400 victim surcharge and £110 in prosecution costs.

The company was ordered to pay the money in full by June 26 this year.

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