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Cost of a ban

THE personal cost of a driving ban can be as high as £2,800.

A poll conducted by Churchill Insurance revealed that a driver banned for the average 10-month period will have to spend £943 on taxis, £900 on trains, £551 on buses and pay £259 to family and friends for lifts.

Unused road tax and insurance brings the total to £2,812. A Churchill spokesman described the figures as a ‘wake-up call for law-breaking motorists’.

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