top of page

Uninsured Wolverhampton licensed driver fined over £1,200 after illegally plying-for-hire in Liverpool

Updated: Apr 26

An uninsured Wolverhampton licensed driver caught illegally plying for-hire in Liverpool, now faces a large fine and penalty points on his licence.

According to Knutsford Guardian, the driver has been fined £1,270 by the Liverpool and Knowsley Magistrates' Court after being found guilty of illegally plying-for-hire on Church Street, Liverpool.

Madeh Ahmadi, 38, admitted to plying without the required hackney carriage licence issued by Liverpool City Council.

Ahmadi was driving a vehicle licensed by Wolverhampton City Council on the day of the incident on 9 September 2023.

In addition, Ahmadi was charged with driving without third-party insurance.

The court handed down a fine of £400 for each offence and imposed an additional £320 victim surcharge and £150 in costs.

Ahmadi's driving licence received eight penalty points.


Subscribe to our newsletter. Receive all the latest news

Thanks for subscribing!

thumbnail_phonto (1).jpg
bottom of page