Police in Sutton and Wallington roll out Operation Cubo
Uninsured drivers were caught after police set up check points around the borough.
Police seized seven uninsured vehicles on Wednesday (October 24) and Friday (October 26) last week.
The checkpoints wee set up on Belmont Rise and Stafford Road, Wallington.
The operation also led to two drivers being stopped for having unroadworthy vehicles, whilst another two drivers were given three points and a fine for driving whilst holding a mobile phone.
The police action in Sutton is part of a continuing operation to crackdown on uninsured drivers.
Police say that many uninsured drivers have a criminal record and actively use their vehicles to facilitate their offending.
Uninsured drivers are also five times more likely to be involved in collisions and less likely to have vehicles in a roadworthy condition.
Inspector Ceri Rowe at Sutton Police Station said: "We will continue to be robust and relentless in our pursuit of criminals by denying them the use of the roads so it's much harder for them to commit crime. We're also helping to make the roads safer as uninsured drivers are more likely to have collisions and less likely to have road-worthy vehicles."