A 71-year previous girls is on the point of dropping her driver’s licence after her quantity plates have been allegedly cloned after she posted her automotive on Fb Market.
7News studies Daniela Pobega at the moment has 9 demerit factors on account of three rushing offences that occurred on the Ring Highway in Ardeer, in Melbourne’s north-west, early in September.
She additionally has $1100 price of rushing fines and toll invoices in her identify.
The then-owner of the Audi A3 lives 110km away from the place the rushing fines have been captured, on the Mornington Peninsula.
“I’m not travelling up and down (the Ring Rd) day by day, particularly at my age,” Ms Pobega instructed 7News.
After posting her Audi A3 on Fb Market, the girl believes her licence plates have been cloned and placed on an identical automobile in order to not elevate suspicion with Victorian Police.
Fb Market doesn’t robotically blur plates as another classifieds websites do.
In accordance with 7News, the automobile was offered on September 20 and the brand new proprietor additionally acquired incorrect rushing fines and toll invoices.
“The identical factor was taking place to him, he was getting invoices from Linkt,” Ms Pobega stated to 7News.
The brand new driver of the Audi A3 has reportedly modified the plates, whereas Ms Pobega is contesting the fines in a bid to retain her licence.