A disqualified driver has been handed a jail sentence after being caught by behind the wheel by police.
The driver was spotted in a cloned vehicle on the A34 near Kidlington yesterday afternoon (June 17) by Thames Valley Police officers and was arrested.
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They were interviewed, charged and remanded to court this morning (June 18).
The driver was handed 18 weeks imprisonment and a five year driving disqualification.
Under the law, You can be banned (disqualified) from driving if you are either:
- convicted of a driving offence
- get 12 or more penalty points (endorsements) within 3 years
If you’re disqualified for 56 days or more you must apply for a new licence before driving again.
You might also have to retake your driving test or take an extended driving test before getting your full licence.
This story was written by Sophie Perry. She joined the team in 2021 as a digital reporter.
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