Dangerous drivers with no MoT or car insurance nabbed in Essex Police blitz on Canvey

Echo: Dangerous drivers nabbed in cops blitz Dangerous drivers nabbed in cops blitz

A POLICE operation on Canvey revealed a dangerous number of drivers are travelling without valid MoTs and insurance.

Almost a quarter of all cars stopped were found without the essential legal test during an eight-hour blitz by police.

Officers based themselves on Foksville Road and at Waterside Farm and stopped 164 vehicles – 37 had no MoT and ten were towed away for not having insurance.

Some of the offenders were spotted randomly by police on motorbikes, while others were trapped by automatic number plate recognition technology.

Adam Pipe, casualty reduction manager at Essex Police, said: “This is very worrying. Your MoT is linked to the safety of your vehicle and that’s a real concern.

“Seizing 10 vehicles for having no insurance is a significant number, too. Without doubt there’s a greater problem here.”

In comparison, only five cars were seized in Basildon in a similar operation earlier this month.

Mr Pipe said in operations in the north of the county, including Colchester, only one or two cars had been seized.

He added: “The A13/A127 corridor has exceptionally high numbers vehicles with no MoT. I urge people to keep up to date.

“Tyre depth and general maintenance in winter is absolutely vital.”

The Canvey day-of-action also saw 68 drivers stopped for travelling without seatbelts – and 14 for using their mobiles. They were told to go to a national driver improvement scheme or pay £100 and receive points on their licence.

Two people were found driving with invalid licences and 11 others committed motoring offences.

No arrests were made, as the MoT offenders were fined £60.

It is not clear whether those cars seized will be crushed or given back to the owners once they have sorted out their insurance.

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6:19am Mon 23 Dec 13

Keptquiettillnow says...

Good work by the Police.
Maybe they need to be self funding through fines issued, I bet there wouldnt be many illegal cars on the road then.
Should have put them straight in the crusher, no excuses.
Good work by the Police. Maybe they need to be self funding through fines issued, I bet there wouldnt be many illegal cars on the road then. Should have put them straight in the crusher, no excuses. Keptquiettillnow

9:08am Mon 23 Dec 13

serial thief says...

In other news burglars are on the loose such as Wayne
Kavanagh who escaped from his housing unit as reported a couple of days ago. An innocent guy got stamped to death nearly in Rayleigh. None of these attackers have been caught. Seems police would rather catch the motorist instead. Police fail.
In other news burglars are on the loose such as Wayne Kavanagh who escaped from his housing unit as reported a couple of days ago. An innocent guy got stamped to death nearly in Rayleigh. None of these attackers have been caught. Seems police would rather catch the motorist instead. Police fail. serial thief

9:48am Mon 23 Dec 13

DogsMessInLeigh says...

serial thief wrote:
In other news burglars are on the loose such as Wayne
Kavanagh who escaped from his housing unit as reported a couple of days ago. An innocent guy got stamped to death nearly in Rayleigh. None of these attackers have been caught. Seems police would rather catch the motorist instead. Police fail.
Traffic police.......these would be from the Traffic section that would be dealing with the motorists, all the others who are not in traffic would have been doing the other police work.
[quote][p][bold]serial thief[/bold] wrote: In other news burglars are on the loose such as Wayne Kavanagh who escaped from his housing unit as reported a couple of days ago. An innocent guy got stamped to death nearly in Rayleigh. None of these attackers have been caught. Seems police would rather catch the motorist instead. Police fail.[/p][/quote]Traffic police.......these would be from the Traffic section that would be dealing with the motorists, all the others who are not in traffic would have been doing the other police work. DogsMessInLeigh

10:14am Mon 23 Dec 13

pembury53 says...

What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone !
What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone ! pembury53

10:27am Mon 23 Dec 13

pendulum says...

I don't think you get points for no seatbelt. I have always thought it odd because I could jump in the car and drive without a seatbelt and get a fine, or I could equally choose to jump on my motorbike for the same journey and expose myself to much more risk than if I was in the car with no seatbelt, but it is only the no seatbelt that is seen by the police as a reckless act.
I don't think you get points for no seatbelt. I have always thought it odd because I could jump in the car and drive without a seatbelt and get a fine, or I could equally choose to jump on my motorbike for the same journey and expose myself to much more risk than if I was in the car with no seatbelt, but it is only the no seatbelt that is seen by the police as a reckless act. pendulum

10:27am Mon 23 Dec 13

Eric the Red says...

pembury53 wrote:
What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone !
No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties.
[quote][p][bold]pembury53[/bold] wrote: What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone ![/p][/quote]No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties. Eric the Red

11:21am Mon 23 Dec 13

serial thief says...

Eric the Red wrote:
pembury53 wrote:
What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone !
No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties.
Rubbish. Being on the phone while driving is the same as having a passenger in the car with you. I get more distracted with having people in the car then talking on the phone.
[quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pembury53[/bold] wrote: What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone ![/p][/quote]No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties.[/p][/quote]Rubbish. Being on the phone while driving is the same as having a passenger in the car with you. I get more distracted with having people in the car then talking on the phone. serial thief

12:03pm Mon 23 Dec 13

John T Pharro says...

serial thief wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
pembury53 wrote:
What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone !
No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties.
Rubbish. Being on the phone while driving is the same as having a passenger in the car with you. I get more distracted with having people in the car then talking on the phone.
You shouldn't be driving at all then if you are distracted by passengers. At least you have both hands on the wheel or the gear lever with passengers. In your case of course you haven't because you are on your mobile phone so with passengers and using the mobile phone the quicker you are caught the better.
[quote][p][bold]serial thief[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pembury53[/bold] wrote: What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone ![/p][/quote]No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties.[/p][/quote]Rubbish. Being on the phone while driving is the same as having a passenger in the car with you. I get more distracted with having people in the car then talking on the phone.[/p][/quote]You shouldn't be driving at all then if you are distracted by passengers. At least you have both hands on the wheel or the gear lever with passengers. In your case of course you haven't because you are on your mobile phone so with passengers and using the mobile phone the quicker you are caught the better. John T Pharro

12:05pm Mon 23 Dec 13

John T Pharro says...

Keptquiettillnow wrote:
Good work by the Police.
Maybe they need to be self funding through fines issued, I bet there wouldnt be many illegal cars on the road then.
Should have put them straight in the crusher, no excuses.
What the drivers, the cars or both?
[quote][p][bold]Keptquiettillnow[/bold] wrote: Good work by the Police. Maybe they need to be self funding through fines issued, I bet there wouldnt be many illegal cars on the road then. Should have put them straight in the crusher, no excuses.[/p][/quote]What the drivers, the cars or both? John T Pharro

12:33pm Mon 23 Dec 13

DogsMessInLeigh says...

pendulum wrote:
I don't think you get points for no seatbelt. I have always thought it odd because I could jump in the car and drive without a seatbelt and get a fine, or I could equally choose to jump on my motorbike for the same journey and expose myself to much more risk than if I was in the car with no seatbelt, but it is only the no seatbelt that is seen by the police as a reckless act.
up to £500 fine, but usually £60 and no points.
[quote][p][bold]pendulum[/bold] wrote: I don't think you get points for no seatbelt. I have always thought it odd because I could jump in the car and drive without a seatbelt and get a fine, or I could equally choose to jump on my motorbike for the same journey and expose myself to much more risk than if I was in the car with no seatbelt, but it is only the no seatbelt that is seen by the police as a reckless act.[/p][/quote]up to £500 fine, but usually £60 and no points. DogsMessInLeigh

4:35pm Mon 23 Dec 13

runwellian says...

pendulum wrote:
I don't think you get points for no seatbelt. I have always thought it odd because I could jump in the car and drive without a seatbelt and get a fine, or I could equally choose to jump on my motorbike for the same journey and expose myself to much more risk than if I was in the car with no seatbelt, but it is only the no seatbelt that is seen by the police as a reckless act.
I hope I don't meet you on any road!
[quote][p][bold]pendulum[/bold] wrote: I don't think you get points for no seatbelt. I have always thought it odd because I could jump in the car and drive without a seatbelt and get a fine, or I could equally choose to jump on my motorbike for the same journey and expose myself to much more risk than if I was in the car with no seatbelt, but it is only the no seatbelt that is seen by the police as a reckless act.[/p][/quote]I hope I don't meet you on any road! runwellian

7:26pm Mon 23 Dec 13

serial thief says...

John T Pharro wrote:
serial thief wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
pembury53 wrote:
What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone !
No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties.
Rubbish. Being on the phone while driving is the same as having a passenger in the car with you. I get more distracted with having people in the car then talking on the phone.
You shouldn't be driving at all then if you are distracted by passengers. At least you have both hands on the wheel or the gear lever with passengers. In your case of course you haven't because you are on your mobile phone so with passengers and using the mobile phone the quicker you are caught the better.
Well Im not saying driving with passengers in my car is off putting, just It could be more of a distraction as you tend to face your passengers as your talking to them. How about the mums? 2-3 kids in the backseat, laughing or crying or whatever. Both hands on the steering wheel? I only drive one handed anyway usually. Driving on the phone is no problem for me. If your just crusing down an A road or motorway, how is that dangerous?
[quote][p][bold]John T Pharro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]serial thief[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pembury53[/bold] wrote: What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone ![/p][/quote]No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties.[/p][/quote]Rubbish. Being on the phone while driving is the same as having a passenger in the car with you. I get more distracted with having people in the car then talking on the phone.[/p][/quote]You shouldn't be driving at all then if you are distracted by passengers. At least you have both hands on the wheel or the gear lever with passengers. In your case of course you haven't because you are on your mobile phone so with passengers and using the mobile phone the quicker you are caught the better.[/p][/quote]Well Im not saying driving with passengers in my car is off putting, just It could be more of a distraction as you tend to face your passengers as your talking to them. How about the mums? 2-3 kids in the backseat, laughing or crying or whatever. Both hands on the steering wheel? I only drive one handed anyway usually. Driving on the phone is no problem for me. If your just crusing down an A road or motorway, how is that dangerous? serial thief

9:49pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Mikkel1 says...

When the police have finished with Canvey, send them my way, as ours are now classed as a mirage, IF we ever see one.
When the police have finished with Canvey, send them my way, as ours are now classed as a mirage, IF we ever see one. Mikkel1

9:46am Tue 24 Dec 13

heartbeat says...

Well done to the police. The levels of cars without insurance and valid MOT are a disgrace and cause significant danger (physically and financially) to everyone else on the road. I for one wish the penalties would be MUCH harsher for any driving transgressions (including using a mobile while driving).

I think it is extremely unfair that law-abiding motorists consistently have their lives put in danger by those who disregard the rules, yet the penalties don't seem strong enough to me. I suspect the odds for the law-abiding motorist may get even worse after January 1st unfortunately.
Well done to the police. The levels of cars without insurance and valid MOT are a disgrace and cause significant danger (physically and financially) to everyone else on the road. I for one wish the penalties would be MUCH harsher for any driving transgressions (including using a mobile while driving). I think it is extremely unfair that law-abiding motorists consistently have their lives put in danger by those who disregard the rules, yet the penalties don't seem strong enough to me. I suspect the odds for the law-abiding motorist may get even worse after January 1st unfortunately. heartbeat

10:00am Tue 24 Dec 13

Fred the Phoenix says...

serial thief wrote:
John T Pharro wrote:
serial thief wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
pembury53 wrote:
What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone !
No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties.
Rubbish. Being on the phone while driving is the same as having a passenger in the car with you. I get more distracted with having people in the car then talking on the phone.
You shouldn't be driving at all then if you are distracted by passengers. At least you have both hands on the wheel or the gear lever with passengers. In your case of course you haven't because you are on your mobile phone so with passengers and using the mobile phone the quicker you are caught the better.
Well Im not saying driving with passengers in my car is off putting, just It could be more of a distraction as you tend to face your passengers as your talking to them. How about the mums? 2-3 kids in the backseat, laughing or crying or whatever. Both hands on the steering wheel? I only drive one handed anyway usually. Driving on the phone is no problem for me. If your just crusing down an A road or motorway, how is that dangerous?
You face your passengers as you talk to them? Really? And you think it's alright to chat away on your mobile when you should be concentrating on the road? Then you really are dangerous and the sooner you are caught the better.
[quote][p][bold]serial thief[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]John T Pharro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]serial thief[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pembury53[/bold] wrote: What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone ![/p][/quote]No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties.[/p][/quote]Rubbish. Being on the phone while driving is the same as having a passenger in the car with you. I get more distracted with having people in the car then talking on the phone.[/p][/quote]You shouldn't be driving at all then if you are distracted by passengers. At least you have both hands on the wheel or the gear lever with passengers. In your case of course you haven't because you are on your mobile phone so with passengers and using the mobile phone the quicker you are caught the better.[/p][/quote]Well Im not saying driving with passengers in my car is off putting, just It could be more of a distraction as you tend to face your passengers as your talking to them. How about the mums? 2-3 kids in the backseat, laughing or crying or whatever. Both hands on the steering wheel? I only drive one handed anyway usually. Driving on the phone is no problem for me. If your just crusing down an A road or motorway, how is that dangerous?[/p][/quote]You face your passengers as you talk to them? Really? And you think it's alright to chat away on your mobile when you should be concentrating on the road? Then you really are dangerous and the sooner you are caught the better. Fred the Phoenix

11:29am Tue 24 Dec 13

serial thief says...

Fred the Phoenix wrote:
serial thief wrote:
John T Pharro wrote:
serial thief wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
pembury53 wrote:
What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone !
No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties.
Rubbish. Being on the phone while driving is the same as having a passenger in the car with you. I get more distracted with having people in the car then talking on the phone.
You shouldn't be driving at all then if you are distracted by passengers. At least you have both hands on the wheel or the gear lever with passengers. In your case of course you haven't because you are on your mobile phone so with passengers and using the mobile phone the quicker you are caught the better.
Well Im not saying driving with passengers in my car is off putting, just It could be more of a distraction as you tend to face your passengers as your talking to them. How about the mums? 2-3 kids in the backseat, laughing or crying or whatever. Both hands on the steering wheel? I only drive one handed anyway usually. Driving on the phone is no problem for me. If your just crusing down an A road or motorway, how is that dangerous?
You face your passengers as you talk to them? Really? And you think it's alright to chat away on your mobile when you should be concentrating on the road? Then you really are dangerous and the sooner you are caught the better.
I'm one of the most dangerous cyclist and motorist ever in Essex, if not Britain, but yet never had a collision. I'm just invincible.
[quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]serial thief[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]John T Pharro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]serial thief[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pembury53[/bold] wrote: What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone ![/p][/quote]No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties.[/p][/quote]Rubbish. Being on the phone while driving is the same as having a passenger in the car with you. I get more distracted with having people in the car then talking on the phone.[/p][/quote]You shouldn't be driving at all then if you are distracted by passengers. At least you have both hands on the wheel or the gear lever with passengers. In your case of course you haven't because you are on your mobile phone so with passengers and using the mobile phone the quicker you are caught the better.[/p][/quote]Well Im not saying driving with passengers in my car is off putting, just It could be more of a distraction as you tend to face your passengers as your talking to them. How about the mums? 2-3 kids in the backseat, laughing or crying or whatever. Both hands on the steering wheel? I only drive one handed anyway usually. Driving on the phone is no problem for me. If your just crusing down an A road or motorway, how is that dangerous?[/p][/quote]You face your passengers as you talk to them? Really? And you think it's alright to chat away on your mobile when you should be concentrating on the road? Then you really are dangerous and the sooner you are caught the better.[/p][/quote]I'm one of the most dangerous cyclist and motorist ever in Essex, if not Britain, but yet never had a collision. I'm just invincible. serial thief

3:35pm Tue 24 Dec 13

yellowfairy says...

Good for the police, why should i pay my car tax, insurance and make sure i have an up to date MOT and these people that think they are above the law get away with it, i'm glad they've got caught and i hope their uninsured cars are crushed, they're the idiot that put up our premiums, if it means they are off our streets then i'm all for the police resources being used this way. Those that are saying it's a waste of police time, must have something to hide. Lets have more of this frequently.
Good for the police, why should i pay my car tax, insurance and make sure i have an up to date MOT and these people that think they are above the law get away with it, i'm glad they've got caught and i hope their uninsured cars are crushed, they're the idiot that put up our premiums, if it means they are off our streets then i'm all for the police resources being used this way. Those that are saying it's a waste of police time, must have something to hide. Lets have more of this frequently. yellowfairy

8:03pm Tue 24 Dec 13

Eric the Red says...

serial thief wrote:
Fred the Phoenix wrote:
serial thief wrote:
John T Pharro wrote:
serial thief wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
pembury53 wrote:
What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone !
No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties.
Rubbish. Being on the phone while driving is the same as having a passenger in the car with you. I get more distracted with having people in the car then talking on the phone.
You shouldn't be driving at all then if you are distracted by passengers. At least you have both hands on the wheel or the gear lever with passengers. In your case of course you haven't because you are on your mobile phone so with passengers and using the mobile phone the quicker you are caught the better.
Well Im not saying driving with passengers in my car is off putting, just It could be more of a distraction as you tend to face your passengers as your talking to them. How about the mums? 2-3 kids in the backseat, laughing or crying or whatever. Both hands on the steering wheel? I only drive one handed anyway usually. Driving on the phone is no problem for me. If your just crusing down an A road or motorway, how is that dangerous?
You face your passengers as you talk to them? Really? And you think it's alright to chat away on your mobile when you should be concentrating on the road? Then you really are dangerous and the sooner you are caught the better.
I'm one of the most dangerous cyclist and motorist ever in Essex, if not Britain, but yet never had a collision. I'm just invincible.
You're just a juvenille wind-up troll.
[quote][p][bold]serial thief[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred the Phoenix[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]serial thief[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]John T Pharro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]serial thief[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pembury53[/bold] wrote: What an insane world we live in when not having a valid MOT gets you a 60 quid fine, but it's £100 and points for no seatbelt, which according to our system of 'injustice' is also just as serious as using a mobile phone ![/p][/quote]No MOT or insurance should be a massive fine or car confiscation. Phoning/texting etc is as dangerous as drink-driving, so should carry the same penalties.[/p][/quote]Rubbish. Being on the phone while driving is the same as having a passenger in the car with you. I get more distracted with having people in the car then talking on the phone.[/p][/quote]You shouldn't be driving at all then if you are distracted by passengers. At least you have both hands on the wheel or the gear lever with passengers. In your case of course you haven't because you are on your mobile phone so with passengers and using the mobile phone the quicker you are caught the better.[/p][/quote]Well Im not saying driving with passengers in my car is off putting, just It could be more of a distraction as you tend to face your passengers as your talking to them. How about the mums? 2-3 kids in the backseat, laughing or crying or whatever. Both hands on the steering wheel? I only drive one handed anyway usually. Driving on the phone is no problem for me. If your just crusing down an A road or motorway, how is that dangerous?[/p][/quote]You face your passengers as you talk to them? Really? And you think it's alright to chat away on your mobile when you should be concentrating on the road? Then you really are dangerous and the sooner you are caught the better.[/p][/quote]I'm one of the most dangerous cyclist and motorist ever in Essex, if not Britain, but yet never had a collision. I'm just invincible.[/p][/quote]You're just a juvenille wind-up troll. Eric the Red

6:15pm Fri 27 Dec 13

Nowthatsworthknowing says...

JOB WELL DONE, this is why Canvey only has two roads off it, to snare all these crooks, Well done E/P
JOB WELL DONE, this is why Canvey only has two roads off it, to snare all these crooks, Well done E/P Nowthatsworthknowing

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