A driver has been ordered to pay hundreds of pounds for driving at less than 60mph on a motorway.

At a hearing at Wycombe Magistrates' Court on May 4, the court heard how Mark Boycott, aged 47, of Trelawney Avenue, Slough, broke a 50mph temporary speed restriction.

The Vauxhall driver was travelling westbound on the M4 motorway near Maidenhead when he was caught on camera breaking the speed limit on November 12, 2020.

At the court hearing, Boycott was found guilty of speeding via a single justice procedure.

The magistrate opted to fine the driver £169 and ordered him to pay £124 in court costs.

The Slough man also received three points on his licence and was due to receive a driving ban after accumulating at least 12 points in the last three years.

However, the magistrate decided against a 'totting up' disqualification due to the impact a driving ban would have on the defendant's employment and on the people he supports.

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