A driver from Droylsden When stopped by police, he mistakenly reported his insurance cancellation after reading an email and was fined.
Officers stopped the driver on Sunday evening (September 5) when he was seen ‘lettering’. Chatham Hill. Area.
It turned out that the car he was driving was not insured.
In an attempt to show police proof of his insurance, the driver read an email about his policy.
However, he did not feel that the e-mail was informing him that his insurance had been canceled due to non-payment.
Details of the incident were shared on GMP. Teamside The North and East Facebook page states: “A Drylesden driver was found by #TransportUnit officers wandering around the Chatham Hill District last night.
“When the officers checked him, it turned out that he was not insuring the car.
“He tried to show that he was insured by showing his insurer’s emails to the officers.
However, if he had read the e-mail correctly, he would have noticed that the e-mail was actually advising him that his policy had been canceled due to non-payment.
This person is notified later and will receive six points on his license.
He was also fined £ 300 and had his car confiscated, after which a minimum fee of £ 150 would be required to insure the driver.