Student pulled over during test because driving instructor didn’t have insurance or MOT.

A student, who was in the middle of her driving test, was pulled over in Tile Cross, because the vehicle didn’t have insurance or MOT.

The incident happened on Cooks Lane on Saturday afternoon (06/05).

Officers, from West Midlands Traffic Unit, took the examiner and student back to the test centre.

The driving instructor, aged 46, who owned the Ford Fiesta admitted knowing the vehicle not insured, but denied knowing it had no valid MOT.

The test centre later confirmed that the student would have passed her test because there were no errors recorded at the time the car was pulled over.

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