Get Advice on Motoring Offences

  • Speeding: Got a speeding fine and worried about losing your license? It could be a mistake or a misunderstanding. Speeding Solicitor have many years of experience successfully defending against speeding fines, visit our speeding page to find out more.
  • Drink driving: You could be faced with maximum penalty of 14 years in prison or a minimum 2 year driving ban. However, there are circumstances where you could successfully defend against a drink driving charge, visit our drink driving page to find out more.
  • Failure to identify the driver (the s.172 Notice): If you receive an S.172 notice with a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) you could face a £1000 fine and 6 points on your license. There are many occasions where mistakes are made that can lead to no convictions, visit our failing to identify the driver page to find out more.
  • Mobile phone use: Many people are wrongly accused of using a mobile phone while driving. This could lead to hefty fines, points and the possibility of losing your license. Read about the information and evidence needed for prosecution and how we can help defend your case.
  • Careless and dangerous driving: Penalties for dangerous driving can be 6 months imprisonment if the case is dealt with in the Magistrates’ Court, or 2 years imprisonment in the Crown Court , we’ve won many cases for our clients that have often led with the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) dropping the charges. Contact us to find out more about how we can help.
  • No insurance: Driving without insurance is serious offence, if caught driving without insurance you could face 6 to 8 points and a fine up to £5,000.00. The Court also has the discretion to impose an immediate driving disqualification of up to 12 months. There are exceptional cases that can be used in your defence, visit our driving without insurance page to find out more and contact us today.
  • Driving ban: After getting 12 points on your license you will face an immediate driving ban. This can be disastrous for many people who could lose their jobs and negatively disrupt their whole lives. Speeding Solicitor have dealt with many cases that have helped people keep their licenses for a range of reasons. Find out more by reading our points totting up page and contact us today.
  • Notice of intended prosecution: We’ve won many cases and helped avoid a fine or ban for many drivers because of the of an invalid or missing NIP. Read our page on Notice of Intended Prosecution and contact us today to find out how we can help.
  • Drug use: Driving whilst being under the influence of drugs is a serious offence, if found guilty you could face a maximum penalty of 14 years in prison or a minimum 2 year driving ban. Read more on our drink driving page and contact us immediately and find out how we can help.
  • Failure to provide a specimen: Failing to provide a specimen contains stricter penalties than most other road traffic offences, however there could be several reasons as to why you weren’t able to provide a specimen such as breathing difficulties or phobia of needles etc. Find out more by visiting our drink driving page and contact us today to see how we can help.
  • Misuse of disabled badge: You may be asked to produce identification when using a disabled badge. If you fail to do so you could face a £1000 fine plus any additional penalty for the related parking offence. Speak to us as soon as possible and find out how we can help.
  • Vehicle defects: Vehicle defects can cause harm or danger to other drivers on the road. The severity of punishment will depend on the defect found on the vehicle. Many drivers don’t notice defects and so seek our help to help defend their case in order to avoid points totting up and bans.
  • Failure to comply with traffic signs and signals: You could face gaining up to 10 points on your license if you fail to comply with traffic sign or signals. However as with most motoring offences this can be defended allowing you to keep your license and avoid a ban if you already have points on your license. Contact us today and find out how we can help.
  • Failure to stop after an accident: Failing to stop after being involved in an accident can lead to 10 points, a £5,000 fine or a driving ban. Speak to us today and find out how we can help.
  • Overloaded vehicle: If your vehicle is overloaded by 30% you will receive a court summons. Overloaded vehicles are seen as dangerous and a hazard to other drivers. Speak to us today and find out how we can help.
  • Tachograph offences: If you’re are found not adhering to drivers’ hours regulations you could face prosecution and penalty of up to £5000. Contact us today to see how we can help you avoid penalties.
  • HGV law: We have many years of experience dealing with the law for commercial vehicles. We understand that penalties associated with this sector can be hefty and have a negative effect on your business. Speak to us today and find out how we can help.
For an informal discussion of your case please telephone Marcus on 07808 553 555. If you would prefer not to telephone, please complete the online assessment form.