Speeding Offences

There are many thousands of speed cameras across the UK and lots of mobile speed cameras being operated by the police. Many people find themselves facing speeding and other related offences, and if you reach 12 points or more you will be liable for a minimum 6 months disqualification from driving.

We regularly advise and represent clients in respect of a full range of speeding and related offences. There are a huge number of motoring offences, and some of the more prevalent offences are as follows:

  • Speeding
  • Failing to provide driver details
  • Failing to report an accident
  • Failing to stop after an accident
  • Driving without insurance
  • Driving Otherwise than in accordance with a licence
  • Driving whilst using a hand-held mobile device
  • Driving with impaired vision

Although offences such as speeding, failing to provide driver details or driving without insurance may seem very straight forward, there are often many issues to consider and possible defences or mitigating circumstances of which you may not be aware which may make a huge difference to the outcome of your case.

We can provide you with comprehensive legal advice giving consideration to all the details and issues in your particular case. We have successfully put forward arguments on behalf of our clients submitting that there would be exceptional hardship suffered if a long disqualification were to be imposed such that the period of disqualification has been reduced or disqualification avoided altogether. We have also successfully put forward special reasons arguments resulting in no disqualification.

Every case is very different and very personal to you. We will provide you with advice and assistance relevant to your personal circumstances to help you understand the details and achieve the best outcome.

Our Motoring Offences Solicitors are at hand to help advise you, contact us on 01491 572138.