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Driver stopped by police for not wearing seat belt six days after passing test

By Jordan Reynolds | Cannock | Crime | Published:

A driver was stopped by police for not wearing his seat belt just six days after passing his driving test.

The driver's certificate

Staffordshire Police Tactical Support Team stopped the driver in Watling Street, Cannock, this morning and said he will be getting a £100 fine.

They tweeted saying: "It’s slightly concerning that this driver only passed his test SIX days ago and already thinks it is acceptable to drive without wearing a seat belt. £100 fine."

Cannock Police tweeted adding: "Officers from @Tactical_Police will be in the Cannock area today as there is a national enforcement operation targeting motorists who fail to wear seat belts..."

Jordan Reynolds

By Jordan Reynolds
Reporter - @jreynolds_star

Senior reporter at the Express & Star.

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