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Gardaí stop car with no brakes, insurance, or tax and two different licence plates

These things are all essentials.

GARDAÍ IN DONEGAL have stopped one of Ireland’s least road-worthy cars.

The car in question has no tax, insurance, or NCT.

It also had different tyres, no brakes and two different registration plates.

And to top it all off the person behind the wheel of the car had been disqualified from driving.

The picture of the vehicle was tweeted from the An Garda Síochána Twitter account.

The gardaí also tweeted yesterday about a separate seizure they made on a vehicle in which there were three children strapped into three makeshift seats that appeared to have been set up in the back of a van.

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