22 May 2022

Yikes! Gardaí seize vehicle in Newbridge after no tax for over 2,000 days

Yikes! Gardaí seize vehicle in Newbridge after no tax for over 2,000 days

A Garda seizing a vehicle

Gardaí in Naas operating a Covid-19 checkpoint in Newbridge seized a vehicle yesterday.

With the assistance of the hand-held mobility device, the van was detected to be out of tax for 2,054 days.

The vehicle was seized and court proceedings will follow.

Meanwhile a Covid-19 checkpoint this morning on the Celbridge Road resulted in  a vehicle  seized for no insurance using the Garda mobility device.

Gardaí said that court proceedings will follow.

Meanwhile, gardaí from Naas Roads Policing Unit detected learner motorcyclist travelling at 147km/h in a 100km/h zone.

A fixed charge penalty notice was issued.

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