Fine for Southsea driver who had no insurance

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MAGISTRATES have fined a man for driving without insurance.

David Bremner, from Clarence Parade, Southsea, admitted committing the offence while driving a Peugeot 205 in Lennox Road South, Southsea.

The 28-year-old also admitted a charge of driving the car without a full driving licence.

Bremner was fined £260 and told to pay £55 in court costs and £15 into a crime victims’ fund by Fareham magistrates.

He also had six penalty points added to his driving licence.