Ban for M5 drink driver
BAN EXMOUTH man has been banned from driving by central magistrates court after police caught him drink-driving twice over the legal limit.
BAN EXMOUTH man has been banned from driving by central magistrates' court after police caught him drink-driving twice over the legal limit.
Terence Albert Clements, 61, of New Street, pleaded guilty to drink driving at Budlake, on the M5 motorway, on Tuesday, August 4.
Representing himself, he said: "I was on holiday and had an argument with the family and said '[I'm not having this' and got in my car and was going home."
He was disqualified for 18 months and ordered to pay �350 costs. He turned down the opportunity to do a rehabilitation course to reduce the time of the disqualification.
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