A roadside operation involving the Police and the DVLA caught a total of 90 cars without tax on the Isle of Wight today (Thursday).
Officers from the North East Wight Neighbourhood Policing Team set up checkpoints on the outskirts of Newport with DVLA contractors, NSL.
The crackdown saw a total of 90 vehicles dealt with for having no vehicle excise duty (VED) – also known as road tax. Of those 90, 76 will be receiving £80 fines.
14 of the vehicles stopped were clamped and 2 were seized for a mix of no insurance/no tax.