AN ANDOVER man has pleaded guilty to multiple driving offences.

Toby James Calladine, of Suffolk Road, appeared at Basingstoke Magistrates’ Court on December 2, where he was listed twice.

He pleaded guilty to four offences at Basingstoke Magistrates Court, including two counts of driving while disqualified, and two of driving without insurance.

He was first called to appear to face charges of driving a Ford Fiesta on Newbury Road on June 22 while disqualified and without insurance.

After pleading guilty, the 27-year-old was fined £250, ordered to pay costs of £40 for the CPS, and a victim surcharge of £34.

He was also disqualified from driving for 12 months, which was “obligatory due to repeat offending.”

Calladine subsequently appeared on charges of driving a Mercedes on Salisbury Road while disqualified and without insurance on April 6.

Entering a guilty plea for both, he was fined £250 for driving while disqualified. No separate penalty was given for the other offence.

Calladine’s license was also endorsed with the offences.

He has until New Year’s Eve, December 31, to pay the sums ordered by the magistrates’ court.