The driver had a ‘dangerous’ load on the car on the M57

A MOTORIST who drove a car with a ‘dangerous’ load on a freeway has been fined.

James Bert Price, of Southworth Road, Newton-le-Willows, appeared before Liverpool, Knowsley and St Helens Magistrates’ Court on January 26.

Price, 30, had pleaded guilty to the crime at a previous hearing.

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He had been driving a Mercedes on December 9, 2021 on the southbound M57 with cargo “not properly secured and bouncing around” and “of a nature such as to present a risk of injury to persons when it was used,” according to a court paper.

Price was fined £100 and had to pay a £34 surcharge and £120 in costs to the prosecutor, totaling £254.

In addition, his driver’s license was revoked for six months.

A motion to stay the imposed driver’s license suspension was granted pending the hearing of the appeal. The driver had a ‘dangerous’ load on the car on the M57

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