27-year-old saleswoman crashes her Vauxhall Corsa in a circleabout after drinking white wine as a celebration of moving offices

  • Amylee Boland, 27, crashed car at a roundabout in  Handforth near Wilmslow
  • An earlier in the day, the sales manager had been drinking with coworkers. 
  • Her admission of driving under the influence led to her being banned for driving for 21 consecutive months










One successful saleswoman was unable to stop her car from collapsing with coworkers after she went out for drinks. Celebrate moving offices 

Amylee Boland (27), was twice the legal limit for alcohol after she crashed her Vauxhall Corsa hatchback into an intersection on the A34 near Wilmslow. 

Before the crash, the sales representative had been enjoying white wine with colleagues at a property investment firm, as their Alderley Edge sales office was about to move to new premises.

She later drove her car into the wall after she made the 16-mile trip home from Salford, where she lives in three-bedroom terrace.

Amylee Boland (pictured outside court), 27, admitted driving with excess alcohol and was banned from driving for 21 months

Amylee Boland, 27, was photographed outside the court. She admitted to driving under the influence of alcohol.

Boland had 84 milligrams of alcohol in 100 ml of breath, according to a breath test. The legal limit for alcohol consumption is 35 mg   

Boland, who was arrested at Stockport Magistrates Court and admitted to driving with excessive alcohol, was prohibited from driving for 21 consecutive months. 

She was also fined £475 and ordered to pay £132 in costs and surcharges.       

According to Nick Smart, Prosecutor: “On the 8th of November 2021 officers were summoned for a traffic collision at a roundabout on A34 near Handforth Dean.

“The vehicle left the roadway in its entirety. Officers detected alcohol in the car’s engine and suspected that the driver was drunk. 

“The driver apologized immediately and ran a roadside check. The results came back negative.

She was then taken to the local police station, where she gave an reading of 84 micrograms. She was given the chance to interview because of her readings and the collision.

“She claimed she’d had three glasses of wine, and she was now unable to drive further because she collided with the roundabout.

“She was a woman of character, and she had a clean driving record.”

The sales executive was found to be more than twice over the alcohol limit after crashing her car a roundabout on the A34 at Handforth, near Wilmslow, last month

A roundabout accident on the A34 near Wilmslow at Handforth resulted in the sales representative being more than twice the limit.

Amylee Boland

The sales executive crashed her car on November 8

After she made the 16-mile trip home from Salford, the saleswoman drove her car into the wall.

Prosecutor Nick Smart told the hearing that Boland was 'a lady of good character and had a clean driving license'

The hearing heard from Nick Smart, the Prosecutor. He said that Boland was “a woman of good character” and held a clean driver’s license.

Stuart Thomson, a defence lawyer for mitigation said that she had fully cooperated and was sorry. Straight away, she apologised for her actions to police. She has good character. 

She went out to get a drink at work because she had had enough.

She works as a salesperson and travels to clients’ events. However, the car is no longer drivable.

Boland received a sentence from District Judge Bernard Begley: “I’ve taken into account all circumstances. You must not drive the next 21 month.” Don’t do it.

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