Man stunned by Humber Bridge fine – 10 years after…

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Man stunned by Humber Bridge fine – 10 years after…

Man stunned by Humber Bridge fine – 10 years after he last drove over it
2021-12-04 19:11:00
A man has been bombarded by fines for violating road rules around Hull. One of the fines, which arrived on December, appears to show his car driving over the Humber Bridge without paying. For the latest traffic and travel news, click here. The car was also spotted driving in Hull's bus lanes, and he received several further fines for this. But the registered owner of the car claims he has been no where near Hull for two years and hasn't ventured across the Humber Bridge in a decade. The man's car looks identical to the one racking up fines around Hull, which even has the same number plate He believes, therefore that his number plate has been cloned and attached to a vehicle very similar to his Hyundai i10. The man who received the fines claims there are subtle differences between his vehicle and the “cloned” one. On the clone, the number plate is bolted through the centre of the plate, whereas the original car's number plate is attached by bolts at both ends of the plate. The number plate on the cloned car also has a shaded strip to the lefthand side of the plate, but the original car does not. On December 1, the man received a fine for not paying the Humber Bridge toll, however he claims that he has not driven over the bridge for about 10 years. The next day, he received another fine from the Humber Bridge, as well as a bus lane fine, despite not visiting Hull for two years. The man, who lives near Withernsea, claims he has not ventured out of the seaside town for the past two years. He said: “On December 1, I received a fine for not paying the toll on the Humber Bridge. This was very odd as I haven't driven over the Humber Bridge in about 10 years. The vehicle caught by Humber Bridge CCTV cameras (Image: Humber Bridge) “I live in a village near Withernsea and for the past two years have restricted myself to just visiting Withernsea. “The next day I received another fine for the bridge and a fine for using the bus lanes in Hull. Ag

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