Suspended driver in Corner Brook loses unregistered and uninsured vehicle

Cory Hurley
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A 65-year-old Irishtown man had his vehicle impounded by police in Corner Brook Sunday.

Following a report from the public, a Royal Newfoundland Constabulary patrol stopped a vehicle on Old Humber Road. The north shore of the Bay of Islands man was charged with operating an uninsured and unregistered vehicle, and driving with a suspended licence.

The man was ticketed and released from police custody.

Geographic location: Corner Brook, Irishtown, Old Humber Road Bay of Islands

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  • John brake
    June 09, 2014 - 08:17

    Why don't the RNC / RCMP work with the dmv to keep track of this problem.. If for example I sold a car to a friend or someone I don't know .. I would go to motor vehicle and let them know the auto was sold to cover my own self if somthing happens to the auto after it has been taken from my possession .. And by lay there is 30 days to have it switched over.. Now the dmv should have a system that will flag if it has not been done.. A list should be sent to the local enforcements to now do their job and charge thouse who don't have it done in time.. This would stop all the nonsense of taking plates.. Charging the driver.. And later when they get caught again with out a plate taking their auto.. Seems ass up to me.. This is just my opinion and concern.. If they hit my car and they don't have it licensed or insured then I'm screwed because public liability wouldn't cover the loss if my car.. Somthing has to be done before they end up killing someone .. Please change things and how they get away with this ..