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Electric Scooter UK Fine – What To Expect

It is illegal to ride a privately owned electric scooter on UK roads, meaning that you could face a penalty if you are caught doing so. But what is the electric scooter UK fine, and could your e-scoot...
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What Is SP30? Speeding Offences Explained

SP30 is the code used by police to categorise the driving offence committed when drivers are caught driving at a speed that is over the statutory speed limit on a public road. SP30 will not be used fo...
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What Happens if You Plead Guilty in Crown Court?

What happens if you plead guilty in Crown Court? If you plead guilty to motoring offences in Crown Court, the court will find you guilty and pass a sentence. They may also issue a warrant for your arr...
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How Long Can Police Detain You – Know Your Rights When Arrested

If you’re wondering how long can police detain you, the simple answer is that it depends on the seriousness of the crime but generally the police can detain you for up to 24 hours before they either h...
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Summary Only Offences – What You Need To Know

The vast majority of motoring offences are summary only offences, meaning that they are typically tried in a Magistrates’ court, without the need for a jury. The exception to this is dangerous driving...
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Section 170 Road Traffic Act

UK motoring law requires all drivers to stop at the scene of an accident when damage is caused to another vehicle, when personal injury is caused to any other person, or if damage occurs to a roadside...
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Bald Tyre Fine – What Can You Expect?

Well-maintained tyres are an essential feature of any vehicle, helping you to stay safe on the roads, particularly in wet or icy conditions. If you are caught driving with tyres below the legal minimu...
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Section 88 DVLA – A Complete Guide

Section 88 DVLA – applying for a new driving licence can take time. This was particularly the case during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, when it could take up to two months for a new licen...
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What Circumstances Require You To Notify DVLA

Drivers are required to notify the DVLA when their health or a medical condition affects their ability to drive safely. Failure to do so can result in large fines and/or prosecution, as well as insura...
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Penalty for Drink Driving UK – A Guide to Potential Sentencing

You cannot drive a vehicle when you’re drunk at any time. If you do, you could get in significant legal trouble and could even go to prison. Despite this, there are still some people who are con...
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