In court on charges of speeding and driving without L plates and no tax
All defendants were charged with driving charges, including driving without L plates while learning, driving with defective tires, speeding, and maintaining an untaxed vehicle.
Their cases were heard at Llanelli Magistrates’ Court and Haverfordwest Magistrates’ Court on 18 October.
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Below is a tour of the cases.
Marius Kaluzny47, of Lodchurch, was not in compliance with his provisional license when driving near Sandersfoot.
Kaluzny was driving on the A478 at Pentlepoir on March 18 without L plates displayed or an eligible passenger in the vehicle.
He pleaded guilty at Llanelli Magistrates Court on 18 October.
Kaluzny was fined £218 and must pay costs of £90 and a surcharge of £87. He also received three penalty points.
Richard Innes38, of Llannog in Cursus, Powys, was driving with two faulty tires in Pembrokeshire.
The layer or wire was discovered exposed on both front tires of his Hyundai Getz on the A487 at Penycwm on March 16.
He pleaded guilty to both offences, and was fined a total of £373 at Llanelli Magistrates’ Court. Ennis was also ordered to pay costs of £90 and a surcharge of £149, and three points were added to his licence.
Marcin Visniewski31, from Walton East, was caught speeding on the A40 in Carmarthenshire.
Wisniewski was recorded by a manned speed camera operating at 58mph on the A40 at Llanllwch on February 25 while a local 50mph traffic order was in force.
He pleaded guilty, was fined £72 and ordered to pay a £28 surcharge on October 18 at Llanelli District Court. Wisniewski was also hit with three penalty points.
Andrew Nally49, of Old Mart Ground, Narberth, admitted having an untaxed vehicle on the road.
Nally’s Fiat Panda’s car was found untaxed on Freemans Way in Haverfordwest on October 28 last year, when the tax expired on June 30, 2022.
He admitted the charge, and was fined £169 at Haverfordwest Magistrates’ Court on 18 October. Nally must also pay £85 in costs and a £10 vehicle tax charge.
Nerys Davies37, of Llandygwydd, near Cardigan, was ordered to pay more than £400 after being caught speeding.
Davies was traveling at 39mph on the B4333 at Hermon in a Volvo XC60 on March 20. The speed limit is 30 mph.
She pleaded guilty and was fined £230 at Llanelli Magistrates’ Court on 18 October. Davies was also ordered to pay a £92 surcharge and £90 costs, and three points were added to her licence.