Friday March 12th 1926 – The First Time
At Abergavenny of Wednesday, Joseph Edgar Goytre, was summoned for using a motor-car without a road fund license.
P.C. Griffiths said that when he asked by witness about the license, the defendant replied “this is the first time I have let her out this year. I was going to the Post Office for the license this morning”.
Witness then asked for his driving license, and he replied that he had left it at home. Later he showed witness a driving license that had expired on December 31st last year. Defendant was fined £2 for the car without a road fund license.
He was not summoned for not having a driving license.
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