UPDATE: Terrelle Pryor's attorney, Larry James, told an NCAA investigator that the Ohio State quarterback has used "three or four loaner vehicles" from the same dealer, Auto Direct Columbus.
James released the paperwork showing that Pryor's mother purchased a 2007 Nissan 350Z for her son last month. According to Jim Halley of USA Today, James also explained that Pryor's suspended license should be "easily taken care of."
According to the report, Pryor's driver's license was suspended less than two weeks ago, but NBC4's video shows him driving away from Ohio State University's Woody Hayes Athletic Center on Monday. He was also spotted driving on Tuesday:
Documents from the BMV indicated Pryor's license was suspended for no proof of insurance and is in effect through mid-August.
The NCAA is looking into whether Pryor received discounted cars and other special benefits. It is not clear whether he received special driving privileges, allowing him to drive to football activities.
Pryor, who will be a senior this fall, was stopped earlier this year for running a stop sign and last year for driving 94 mph in a 65 mph zone.