A disqualified driver whose reversing truck killed a woman in Mong Kok had been driving every day since losing his licence more than two months ago, a prosecutor said yesterday. Ng Yuen-fai, 46, entered no plea in Kowloon Court to driving while disqualified, dangerous driving causing death, driving a vehicle without third-party insurance and using a vehicle not in good and serviceable condition. He made no bail application and was remanded in custody to October 18, pending legal advice from the Department of Justice. The court heard the audible warning device required by law for reversing vehicles was not functioning on Ng's garbage truck at the time of the accident in which Yeung Kit-chi, 50, died of head injuries in Tak Cheong Street, Mong Kok, on Monday. Ng had been disqualified from driving for six months in July, but said he had driven every day since then, the prosecutor said.