A motorists who had only had his licence for five days and a takeaway delivery driver were among those who had their cars seized by police.
South Yorkshire Police Operational Support have released details of three cars seized overnight.
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A driver in Sheffield, who had only passed his test five days earlier, was stopped for having no insurance.
A spokesman for the team said he already had six points on his licence from before he passed his test.
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The car was recovered and the driver reported, added the spokesman.
Officers also seized the car of a takeaway delivery driver who had no insurance.
It was also discovered that they were driving on trade plates which were not valid.
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The driver was reported.
A third car was seized after the team stopped a vehicle in South Anston.
The driver was found to be disqualified, after being banned for drink driving last year, and also had no insurance.
The driver was also reported.