A DRIVER has pleaded guilty to driving over the speed limit on the M25 last year.

Mark Stacey, of Ashford Lane, Windsor, was caught between junctions five and seven on the M25 driving 47mph in a 40mph speed zone.

The 58-year-old was caught on August 7 last year and pleaded guilty to the offence at North Kent Magistrates Court this month.

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For speeding, he was fined £66. An additional £37 victim surcharge was ordered as well as £34 in court costs.

Stacey’s driving licence has also been endorsed with three penalty points.

The total fine is £100 to be paid by April.