Magistrates oversaw a long list of driving offences at the start of this week.

Below are just some of the sentences handed out on Monday and Tuesday.

After refusing to identify who was driving in an alleged offence a woman from Porthleven is facing a court charge of £811.

Amy Robbens, aged 30, of Trevisker Drive, had been asked by police to give information about the driver of a Vauxhall Astra.

When she failed to do so she was fined £660 by magistrates and told to pay £85 costs plus a £66 surcharge.

A charge of driving a Vauxhall Astra above 50mph on the A38 trunk road, through the 40mph and 50mph speed limits between the Trerulefoot Roundabout and Carkeel Roundabout, on October 2 last year was withdrawn.

Having no car insurance has led to a court hearing for a Helston man.

When police stopped Richard Keith Toy, of Church Street, while he was driving his Toyota along Sunset Drive, Porthleven on October 2 last year they found he had no third party insurance.

As a result, the 41-year-old was told to pay a £660 fine by magistrates, along with an £85 prosecution cost and £66 surcharge.

Driving above the speed limit on the A30 has cost a man from Mabe more than £480.

Chester Andrew Michael Blowman, of Treliever Road, was guilty of driving a BMW above 70mph at Tregullon Dip near Bodmin on March 6.

Magistrates in Bodmin fined the 23-year-old £361 and ordered him to pay £85 prosecution costs and a £36 surcharge towards victim services - a total of £482.

Six points were also added to his driving record.

A man who drove without car insurance or a suitable test certificate found his case before a court this week.

Simon Edward Hawkins, of Alexandra Terrace, Morvah, was found not to have third party insurance for his Ford car when he was stopped by police in Redinnick Place, Penzance on January 20.

Officers subsequently found no test certificate had been issued within a suitable time period.

The 49-year-old was fined £81 at Bodmin Magistrates' Court and told to pay £85 costs and a £32 victim services surcharge.

His driving record was endorsed with six points.

Refusing to identify the driver of a vehicle to police means a woman from Penzance must now pay more than £800.

Kayleigh Rhiannon Crabtree, of Pendeen, had been asked to identify the driver of a Volkswagen Golf who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence.

As a result the 29-year-old was fined £660 by magistrates in Bodmin and ordered to pay £85 prosecution costs, plus a £66 surcharge for victim services - a total of £811.

A second charge, that on September 26 last year Crabtree drove a Volkswagen Golf above the 70mph speed limit on the A30 at Victoria, was withdrawn.

Having no car insurance landed a man from Stithians in court.

Thomas Reeves, aged 27, of Crellow Fields, had been stopped by police while driving a Vauxhall car in St Austell on November 9 last year, but could not produce an insurance certificate.

Magistrates in Bodmin ordered him to pay a £660 fine, plus £85 prosecution costs and £66 surcharge - a total of £811.

He also had three points added to his driving record.

A man has ended up in court after failing to give information to police over an alleged driving offence.

David George Price, of Scorrier Road, Redruth, was fined £660 and told to pay £85 costs and a £66 surcharge to fund victim services when he appeared before magistrates in Bodmin.

The 64-year-old had been asked by police to identify the driver of a Citroen Dispatch but refused.

A charge of driving above 60mph in a Citroen Dispatch van - the maximum speed limit on the A30 at Highgate Hill for a vehicle of that class - on October 3 last year was withdrawn.