Driving Offences and Police Powers

Many people are surprised by the amount of power that police have when it comes to investigating suspected traffic offences such as driving under the influence of drink and/or drugs. However, it is important that the police exercise their rights within the boundaries of the law and ensure the person they are investigating understands their rights. more

I Have Been Caught With No Insurance On My Vehicle

Driving a vehicle without insurance is a serious offence. This guide explains what happens if you are caught driving an uninsured vehicle and the penalties you may face. more

Everything You Need To Know About Drink and Drug Driving

Drink driving cause injury and death, not only to the drink drivers themselves, but to other road users and pedestrians. Despite the many, well-publicised campaigns over the years, it remains one of the most common offences prosecuted in the Magistrates' Court under the Road Traffic Act (RTA) 1988. more

How to Appeal a Penalty Charge Notice (Parking Fine)

There is nothing more annoying than returning to your car and discovering a parking ticket has been placed under your windscreen wiper.  If you believe your parking ticket was issued unfairly this guide will take you through how to appeal the fine. (Before you appeal remember that in most cases, if you pay the fine within 14 days it is half the price). more

What To Do If You Are Snapped By A Speed Camera

It may have happened completely unexpectedly.  You are driving along, happily listening to music or a podcast, or maybe just lost in thought, when you suddenly see a flash in your rear-view mirror and you realise that you have been snapped by a speed camera. So what happens next?  Let us explain. more

Driving without insurance a risky affair with a tough fine at stake. But many chance their arm.

UK motoring law requires having at least the most basic - third party insurance to use the vehicle and drive the local highways. However, ‘using the vehicle’ has a broader context: by ‘using’ even parking and leaving it unattended is included. Even if your engine doesn’t start and you are steering tow-roped to the nearest body shop, you are still using the vehicle from a legal point of reference. You may even have your vehicle insured, but if you are not insured yourself, a penalty may follow. Importantly, the case where you grant a permission to an uninsured person to use a vehicle is considered to be a violation implying the identical penalties as if it were you driving the car. more

Speeding penalties topping the fines list in UK. The problem on the rise

In the UK as for the year of 2014 there are more than 46 million drivers (24 million male and 22 million female motorists), and this audience is imposed to a huge number of fines and penalties. The scope of the problem becomes bigger with years, and it turns out that the top of the list of the most popular penalties on UK roads has its well-established tradition that doesn’t seem to be changed in the foreseeable future. So let’s have a closer look at the state of affairs on the pantheon of traffic code violations. more

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