Fenland take-away driver finds its not the food police want after they took away his car!
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Take-away delivery drivers in the Fens have been warned to check they have the correct insurance cover.
The warning come from Cambridgeshire police after they stopped a vehicle in Wisbech that was being used to deliver take-away food and found the driver was not insured.
“If you’re going to make take away deliveries you need business insurance,” said a police spokesman.
Fen Cops through their social media outlets posted a photo of the car being taken by their contractors.
“This car did not have business insurance so we took it away on the back of a recovery truck,” said the spokesman.
The advice from Fens Cops was simple.
“Stay insured,” they said. “This car did not have business insurance so we took it away on the back of a recovery truck.”
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Across Cambridgeshire police have been seizing cars at the rate of almost six a day with some, where the owners don’t pay up, being crushed.
In 2017 police seized 2,085 vehicles because the driver did not have insurance in place or was driving with an invalid licence. Half these were later crushed or sold at auction after their owners did not pay the money to have them recovered.
Police say that as well as a release fee, owners of seized cars must pay a daily storage fee until they collect them.