LIVERPOOL Victoria has been fined by the courts after it was proved to have kept a vehicle without a valid licence.

The company, based at County Gates, Bournemouth, was proved in its absence of the offence at a hearing at West Glamorgan Magistrates’ Court on Monday, January 10.

On June 19, Liverpool Victoria kept the vehicle at its premises at County Gates without a valid licence after the previous licence expired on May 7, 2021.

Magistrates fined the company £220 for the offence and ordered it to pay £3.50 vehicle excise back duty.

It will also have to pay £100 in costs.