Driver ‘could not find any evidence’ that they bought 2-day insurance policy

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A driver who told the police they had a two-day insurance policy was unable to show police “any evidence”.

Officers pulled over a car in Blackburn as a part of operation Tutelage.

The driver told police they had a two-day policy on the vehicle but when asked for evidence, he could not find anything on his emails or banking, according to officers.

Officers also said that one of the tires was defective.

The car was seized and the driver reported for the attacks.

A spokesperson for the police said: “Car stopped in Blackburn due to Operation Tutelage.

“Drivers claimed to have a two day policy but were unable to provide any evidence of this on email or banking. Tire was also defective.

“Car seized and driver reported for the attacks.”

Operation Tutelage is a national police-led operation to reduce the impact of untaxed, uninsured, untraceable and unsafe drivers.

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