A NOWRA woman caught driving without a licence three times in three months has been given a two-year good behaviour bond and disqualified from driving for three years.
In Nowra Local Court, Kelda Callister, 32, of Kalandar Street, was also fined $1192 for driving an unregistered and uninsured car.
Callister was first caught on November 8 last year. At 10.35am police pulled her over for a random breath test on Peppermint Drive, Worrigee.
When asked for her licence, at first she said she had left it at home before admitting she had never held one.
When police asked her why she was driving, Callister pointed to her four young passengers and said she was taking them to a course.
On January 10, Callister was caught again. This time police knew she didn’t have a licence and asked her why she was driving.
She told them she was off to the NRMA for a green slip as she had run out of registration. However, when police asked to see it, she said she had left the paperwork at home.
A week later, Callister was caught for a third time. This time she told police she was dropping a friend off.