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A man from Liverpool accumulated 45 licence penalty points in November, according to figures released by the DVLA. This beats the previous record of 42 points.
The second-highest points total, 36, went to a man from Warrington, Cheshire, who was caught driving without insurance six times in less than two weeks, between 20 February and 2 March 2012.
IAM chief executive Simon Best who obtained the figures said:
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A motorist from Liverpool has chalked up a record-high 45 penalty points on his driving licence in a nine-month offending spree.