A DRIVER was stopped by police on the M40 in Oxfordshire for driving without licence.

Thames Valley Police’s Roads Policing team pulled the vehicle over and seized it near Junction 10 yesterday evening (August 4).

The force shared a picture of the seized car on social media and said that the driver had been reported for driving without insurance.

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Driving without a licence in the UK is a serious offence that can lead to fines, penalty points and even a possible driving ban.


People caught driving without the correct licence face fines of up to £1,000, up to six penalty points on their licence or could be disqualified from driving.

People caught driving while disqualified will face court action.

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This story was written by Anna Colivicchi, she joined the team this year and covers health stories for the Oxfordshire papers. 

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