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Tightening the Law on Using a Mobile Phone Whilst Driving
In 2017, the government increased the penalty for driving using a mobile phone from 3 to 6 penalty points and an increased fine. For New Drivers this will result in licence revocation and for other drivers will still hav
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SP30: What Does it Mean?
SP30 is an offence code that means exceeding a statutory speed limit on the public road. It does not mean, as is often thought, an offence of exceeding a 30mph speed limit, but can be any statutory speed limit on a publi
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Crack Down on Exceptional Hardship
Magistrates could be given new guidance which would reduce the ability of a driver to argue Exceptional Hardship and avoid a ban, in a Consulation issued by the Sentencing Council. Where a driver reaches 12 or more penal
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Can I be prosecuted from dash-cam footage?
As specialist motoring lawyers we see a variety of circumstances which lead to police investigations with drivers. Over recent years there has been a definite increase in motorists being prosecuted due to dash cam footag
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How to Avoid Penalty Points
  Read our motoring solicitor’s top tips to avoid having penalty points added to your licence For most drivers, their licence and ability to drive is a lifeline. It is necessary for the commute, the school run
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Know your speed limits
    ┬áMost drivers believe that they understand speed limits but in reality they have not taken the time to refresh their knowledge since passing their test. For low level first time offenders, a speed awarenes
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