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Car seized after ‘unsupervised learner driver’ stopped in Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 12:52 13 January 2019 | UPDATED: 14:52 13 January 2019

The roads policing team stopped the learner driver in Ipswich Picture: NSRAPT

The roads policing team stopped the learner driver in Ipswich Picture: NSRAPT

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Officers reportedly stopped a vehicle in Ipswich to find an unsupervised learner driver with no L-plates or insurance.

The Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team (NSRAPT) stopped the car to discover a driver who allegedly had no full license, learner plates or car insurance.

The car was pulled over and subsequently seized.

Officers took to social media to spread the news, tweeting: “#RCRT stopped and #seized this car in #Ipswich as it was driven with no insurance by an unsupervised learner driver with no L plates #s165 @DriveInsured @SuffolkPolice #1462”.


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