Driver fined £2,000 after committing seven offences in two days

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A 33-year-old has been fined more than £2,000 after committing seven driving offences in two days.

Charlie Ward, 33, of Four Acres Caravan Park, South Cerney, was found guilty of all seven offences when he appeared before Cheltenham Magistrates Court on November 6.

Ward was driving his Ford Focus on Chesterton Lane, Cirencester, on May 23 this year, when he was caught by police.

He was found to have no insurance, no licence, no test certificate, and he was also caught not wearing a seatbelt.

Just two days later, on May 25, Ward was again caught on Chesterton Lane with no insurance, no licence and no test certificate.

Ward was banned from driving for six months and ordered to pay costs of £2,131.

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