A Wiltshire man who was banned from driving last month has been found guilty of further offences. 

George Betts, aged 22, of St James, Dauntsey near Malmesbury was banned for six months for repeat offending after being caught driving a Ford Fiesta without third party insurance and with mechanical defects.

At Swindon Magistrates' Court on July 12, Betts was also fined for driving a BMW 118 without due care and attention and without insurance. 

The offences took place on the Bath Road car park in Chippenham on June 17 last year. 

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After being found guilty via single justice procedure, Betts has now been ordered to pay fines and costs totalling £702. 

He was disqualified for holding or obtaining a driving licence for four months, as a result of his repeat offending. 

However, as this will be served alongside his existing ban, Betts will still only be off the road for six months.