Pembrokeshire’s unlicensed vehicle keepers receive fines

Pembrokeshire residents have been in court recently for keeping vehicles that were unlicensed or did not match insurance requirements.

Jason Roberts49, of Freemans View, Haverfordwest, was found guilty of keeping an unlicensed vehicle by Llanelli Magistrates Court on November 18.

He committed the offense on May 21 when he was the registered keeper of an unlicensed vehicle as the license had expired on April 12 with an annual rate of duty being £290.

He was found guilty in his absence and fined £220, he also had to pay an excise penalty of £48.34 and £140 costs.

Gary Anthony Thomas38, of Sunnybank Gardens, Narberth, admitted keeping a vehicle without a valid license at Llanelli Magistrates Court on November 18.

He committed the offense on March 25 when he was keeping the vehicle but the license had expired on January 31 with an annual duty of £155.

He was fined £130 and had to pay the excise amount of £12.92 and £100 costs.

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Spencer Lepetit33, of Hawthorn Rise, Haverfordwest, was found guilty of keeping a vehicle that does not meet insurance requirements by Llanelli Magistrates Court on November 18.

The offense – which was proven in Lepetit’s absence – took place on June 15 when the vehicle registered to Lepetit did not meet the insurance requirements.

Lepetit was fined £220 and had to pay £140 costs.

Ross Mathias24, of Cardigan Road, Haverfordwest, admitted keeping a vehicle that doesn’t meet the insurance requirements at Llanelli Magistrates Court on November 18.

The offense was committed on June 24 when he was the registered keeper of a vehicle that did not meet the insurance requirements.

He was fined £103 and had to pay £41 surcharge and £100 costs.

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