A BMW driver has been fined more than £1,500 for driving at 60mph on the motorway.

Daniel Crawford, 36, has been ordered to pay £1,615 in fines and a further £252 in costs by Wycombe Magistrates' Court after he was recorded driving at 66mph and 64mph on the M4.

On both occasions, Crawford, of Newbury Street in West Berkshire, was exceeding a temporary 50mph speed limit.

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The first offence took place on November 14, 2020, when Crawford was recorded driving at 66mph near Waltham St Lawrence.

The second occurred less than a week later, on November 20, 2020, when Crawford was caught by an automatic camera traveling at 64mph.

The defendant was driving a BMW on both occasions.

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At Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on July 20, Crawford was found guilty on both charges and fined.

His licence was also endorsed with seven points.

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