A 41-year-old man was convicted in his absence last Friday at Craigavon Magistrates Court for motoring offences and banned from driving.
Rory McDonald, McGreavy Park, Lurgan, was fined £75 for not having a vehicle test certificate.
A £100 fine was imposed on each of four charges of having a defective tyre on his vehicle.
On the first of these charges he was banned from driving for 12 months. For using a vehicle which was in a dangerous condition he was fined £200.
The court heard that on May 14 last year police checks on a vehicle being driven by the defendant in Church Street, Portadown, showed it did not have a vehicle test certificate.
All four tyres were below the legal limit and police felt because of its condition it was a danger on the roads and seized the vehicle.
McDonald did not appear in court and District Judge, Mrs Bernie Kelly, recorded convictions on all the charges.