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Court for disqualified driver after Gardaí seize cattle truck

A male is set to appear in court after Gardaí in the west of the country seized the cattle truck they were driving in recent days.

Gardaí from the Roscommon Roads Policing Unit brought the vehicle to a halt whilst conducting a checkpoint in Roscommon town.

According to a statement from Gardaí, “the driver was found to have been disqualified and had no insurance”.

“He was arrested and will appear in court,” the spokesperson added.

Meanwhile, Offaly Gardaí have seized an electric tricycle with 1.5kw power following the detection of road traffic-related offences.

Gardaí brought the electric tricycle – which it says is an MPV under the Road Traffic Act – to a halt last month for no insurance or driving licence.

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According to a spokesperson for Garda Síochána Laois/Offaly, because this is an MPV, the user must hold a driving licence and be insured to utilise on public roads.

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Court for driver who forged CVRT disc

A motorist is set to a day in court after forging a CVRT roadworthiness disc.

Kerry Roads Policing Unit brought the vehicle to a halt in recent weeks.

According to a post on Garda Síochána – Cork – Kerry and Limerick – Southern Region’s Facebook page, “the disc was made up of the original 2021 expired disc and part of another vehicle’s disc which was glued on but also expired”.

The social media post has garnered a backlash on social media, with one writing, “whoever made that definitely did not do well in art class”.

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Motorcyclist (29) dies following collision with tractor

In other news, a male motorcyclist, aged in his late 20s, has died following a collision with a tractor.

The fatal road traffic collision occurred on the R173 at Drumullagh in Co. Louth shortly before 4 pm on Sunday, November 13th, 2022.

Confirming the news to That’s Farming, a spokesperson for An Garda Síochána said:

“The fatal collision involved a motorcycle and a tractor. The male motorcyclist, 29 years of age, was fatally injured and his body has been removed from the scene and taken to the Mortuary in The Louth County Hospital, Dundalk.”

“A post-mortem will take place at a later date. The driver of the tractor was uninjured.”

Gardaí are appealing for any witnesses to this collision to come forward.

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