Woman fined more than $1800 after driving unlicenced, with unrestrained children in Mount Druitt

No licence. No restraints. Now no money.

Police have fined a woman more than $1800 after she was stopped for a random breath test on Luxford Road, Mount Druitt on Thursday.

The learner driver, 21, was allegedly travelling along the road about 9.47pm when she was pulled over.

She was driving without displaying L-plates and without her licence. 

It’s alleged there was also two young children, aged four and eight months, left unrestrained in the car.

Police said the infant was sitting in the lap of a female passenger while the four-year-old was seen standing in the centre row behind the driver.

Checks revealed the female passenger was also unlicenced.

The driver was hit with five penalty notices including being an unaccompanied learner, not displayed L-plates, two counts of unrestrained child and not carrying her licence.

In total the woman will have to fork out $1,869. Her offences carry a penalty of eight demerit points.