Dirty dozen: teenage motorist fined $7,000
A dozen driving offences cost a teenager $7,270 in fines and an 18-month ban at Magistrates’ Court on Friday.
Chez Rogers, 18, also had 57 points added to his driving licence.
Rogers, from St George’s, admitted dangerous driving, failure to stop for police, driving an unlicensed motorbike and not having insurance on September 3 last year.
He further admitted speeding at 58km/h, failure to wear a helmet and having no driving licence.
Rogers also pleaded guilty to dangerous driving, failure to stop for police, driving an unlicensed motorcycle and not having insurance on July 25 last year.
Magistrate Maxanne Anderson heard that the defendant was also stopped on May 12 last for speeding at 59km/h. The legal limit is 35km/h.
Ms Anderson ordered Rogers to pay the fines by May 13.
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