Minister warns motorists face court action if fee remains unpaid
Those who haven't paid their road tax, since being caught by automatic number-plate recognition cameras, face being taken to court.
That's the warning from the infrastructure minister, who revealed 62 drivers have been spotted without a valid vehicle licence since the technology was brought in on the Island earlier this year.
Fifty-four have since come forward to pay the amount owed.
Ray Harmer was speaking in the House of Keys today, in response to a question from his colleague from middle, Bill Shimmins.
Mr Harmer said he wants to ensure all road users are acting within the law: