Another driving offence has been committed at a Starbucks car park after one motorist was banned from the location.

Hertfordshire police revealed yesterday (Wednesday, August 16) that a number of vehicles had been stopped in the St Albans area.

Traffic Offence Reports were issued to drivers for using a mobile phone whilst driving, driving with no insurance, non-road legal numberplates, numberplates incorrectly displayed and illegal tints.


One of the offences was committed in the car park for Starbucks, in Chiswell Green.

Earlier this month, a motorist was banned from the car park after CCTV showed his vehicle doing donuts before entering the location and "committing further offences".

A spokesperson for Hertfordshire Constabulary said: "Officers were out today proactively stopping vehicles, which were committing a number of road traffic offences.


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"One of those offences was committed at Starbucks, Chiswell Green. An area which we continuously monitor.

"A reminder to all drivers we are out actively enforcing road traffic legislation.

Herts Advertiser: A traffic offence report.A traffic offence report. (Image: Hertfordshire Constabulary)

"Our aim is to keep the roads safe for all road users."

Information regarding a range of offences can be reported online at or by calling the police's non-emergency number 101.

Anonymous information can be given by contacting Crimestopppers on 0800 555 111 or via