A DRIVER caught speeding three times in 11 months has been banned 'for repeat offending'.

Harinder Dhaliwal, of Hillside Hollow, Macclesfield Road in Alderley Edge admitted three offences of exceeding the speed limit when his case was heard at West Yorkshire Magistrates Court.

The 53-year-old admitted driving at 90mph on the M62 in Bradford, West Yorkshire on April 30, 2020.

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A speed camera recorded a speed of 38mph as he drove a Land Rover on Leeds Street and Vauxhall Road in Liverpool on February 2, last year.

A 30mph speed limit was signified by street lighting placed at less than 200 yard intervals in this area, the court was told.

The defendant also pleaded guilty to breaching the 70mph on the M6 northbound at Cannock on January 24 this year.

Bradford and Keighley magistrates took Dhaliwal's guilty plea into consideration when they heard the case on November 4.

The defendant was disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for 12 months 'due to repeat offending', the court heard.

His driving licence was endorsed and three penalty points were issued for each of the three speeding offences.

Altogether, Dhaliwal was fined £120 and ordered to pay £110 costs and £34 victim surcharge.

Magistrates have given him time to pay the total court bill of £264.