A CUDMIRRAH man caught driving an unregistered and uninsured car four times on the same day has been fined $1192 in Nowra Local Court.
Aaron Peter Piendl, 19, of Waratah Avenue, was due to have his licence suspended in two days’ time for other matters when he was caught on August 20.
Police first spotted Piendl at 1pm on Picton Road, when a check showed his registration had expired nearly three weeks ago.
They stopped Piendl who told police he had been to the RMS and paid, there must be a mistake. However when police discovered there was no printout on his registration label, he admitted to not paying.
The police checked his car and gave it a defect notice for a cracked windscreen and worn tyres. They also noted Piendl hadn’t displayed his P-plates.
They told him not to drive and gave him penalty notices.
An hour later on the Northern Road at Bringelly, Piendl was pulled over for a second time.
He told police he was on his way home to pack his belongings as he was moving.
They issued him with penalty notices and told him not to drive.
Three hours later Piendl was on Remembrance Drive at Bargo when he was pulled over for a random breath test.
He passed, but police recognised him and gave him another set of penalty notices.
They also told him that if was seen driving again he would be arrested.
When the police left, Piendl had a mobile phone on him and was stopped outside Bargo Railway Station.
However, an hour later they spotted him for the fourth time.
Piendl was arrested and taken to Narellan Police Station where this time police seized his number plates.
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