Carlos may go carless when all three motoring offences are considered
The Manchester City player had been ready to face two charges at Manchester Magistrates’ court, but judges agreed to the delay when it emerged that a further offence was awaiting hearing by magistrates in Crewe.
Last month, Tevez received a £1,500 fine and six points on his licence for speeding offences in Cheshire and the latest string of offences, including driving his Porsche without a full UK licence and failing to disclose the driver of his Hummer when it was caught speeding, will undoubtedly, or so his motoring offence solicitors predict, see the diminutive player receiving a full driving ban.
A member of his legal team told the Manchester Evening News, “There are a number of matters against Mr Tevez and he will be disqualified under totting up provisions.”
Mr Tevez initially had the right to drive in the UK on his Argentinian driving licence for 12 months once he arrived, but after that time he would have been required to obtain a provisional UK licence and undertake a driving theory and practical test on British soil.News