Mobile phone driver with child on board has car seized
- Credit: Norfolk Police
An Audi driver has had their car seized after being stopped by police on the A140 and found to be using a mobile phone at the wheel.
The motorist was pulled over on the A140 near Pulham Market, south of Long Stratton, on Sunday afternoon (April 14) for having no insurance.
Officers discovered the motor insurance policy had been cancelled on January 17 due to non payment.
The driver, who had a child in the car at the time they were stopped, had also been spotted using a phone at wheel.
Meanwhile in a separate incident another driver had their car seized by police on patrol on Victoria Road in Diss.
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The Volvo was stopped at around noon on Sunday and the driver reported for driving with no insurance.
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