The vehicle was seized following the detection
A disqualified driver is facing prosecution before the courts after they were allegedly caught driving a pick-up truck in Limerick city centre.
The vehicle, which was transporting building rubble and associated materials, was seized after it was observed by gardai at a service station in the Clare Street area.
In a post on social media highlighting the detection, gardai stated the blue truck did not have tax, insurance or a DOE cert.
Using the Mobility App, they quickly established that the driver had been disqualified following a previous court prosecution.
"Another vehicle seized by Unit D in Henry Street, Limerick this week for having no insurance, tax, or DOE. Driver was also disqualified from driving. Fixed charge notice (FCN) issued to owner using #MobilityApp and court date to follow also," read a post on social media.
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