THREE vehicles were seized by police in Haddington after drivers were found without insurance.

The incidents were highlighted in a report to the town’s community council.
Police Constable Charlie Duncan, Haddington and Lammermuir ward officer, said a driver was stopped on March 13 on Hopetoun Drive and found to have no insurance.

Six days later, on Alderston Road, another driver was found to have no insurance.

Finally, on April 5, a vehicle was stopped on Station Avenue with the driver found to be banned from driving and with no insurance.

All three drivers were reported and the vehicles seized.

Two other drivers were found without insurance.

An incident on the A199 on April 8 saw the driver being reported to the Procurator Fiscal. 

The following day, a driver was stopped on Florabank Road and again found to be without insurance.

They were reported to the Procurator Fiscal.

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