Brent Police seize 13 cars in crackdown on uninsured drivers
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Brent Police seized 13 vehicles in a single day in the latest push to crackdown on uninsured drivers.
Motorists were left red faced as officers towed away their vehicles away as part as Operation Cubo.
Chief Superintendent Michael Gallagher, Brent Borough Commander, said: “We’re sending a strong message to people who choose to drive without insurance - we will seize your vehicles and remove them from our roads.
“Uninsured drivers are a danger to all road users and we will use every power available to us to stop these people making Brent’s roads dangerous.
“We will continue to increase the scope and scale of this operation and have increased the locations for this activity across the borough to ensure it has the maximum impact.”
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Police across London seized more than 280 vehicles and 53 arrests during the day of action last week.
Brent police has seized 358 vehicles under Operation Cubo since it began in 2011.
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