10 Aug 2022

Tipperary driver was 'upfront' about having no insurance

Tipperary driver was 'upfront' about having  no insurance

Nenagh Court: Garda told the court a Tipperary driver was 'upfront' about having no insurance

A Tipperary man was admitted he had no insurance when he was stopped by gardaí, Nenagh Court was told.

John Guta of 22 Rosslands, Roscrea, was fined €350 and disqualifed from driving for two years for having no insurance at Parkmore, Roscrea, on February 28, 2020.

Garda Paul Hogan told Judge Mary Cashen that Mr Guta was "upfront" about having no insurance.

Recognizance were fixed in his own bond of €300.

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