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Understanding Exceptional Hardship: A Guide to Avoiding Driving Disqualifications

  If you are facing a potential driving ban due to accumulating 12 or more penalty points within three years under Section 35 of The Road Traffic Act 1988, there may be a way to avoid disqualific...
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What Are The Defences to a Drink Driving Charge

Drink driving is a serious offence which can lead to sentences ranging from a 12-month driving ban and a fine all the way to a custodial sentence and driving ban of 60 months but there are several leg...
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Solicitor Advice: Failing to Provide Driver Information

If you have received a notice of intended prosecution and/or a request for drivers’ information it is important that you respond to that notice within the required 28-day period, even if you are not t...
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Is Touching Your Mobile Phone Illegal When Driving?

No, simply touching your mobile phone is not illegal when driving but it is illegal to use your phone when driving. This means you cannot make calls, text, use apps, take photos or videos, or do anyth...
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The Consequences of Lying about Who Was Driving When Speeding

The consequences of lying about who was driving when speeding can be severe and this is an incredibly risky thing to do. We would not recommend it. If the police suspect that you have intentionally no...
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Can I Drive on the Day My Ban Ends?

No, in many cases, you cannot drive on the day the ban ends. This is because you might need to (1) re-apply for your driving licence, (2) undergo medical inquiries to verify your fitness to drive, or...
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A Guide To The New Drivers Act

The New Drivers Act, officially known as The Road Traffic (New Drivers) Act of 1995 sets specific conditions for those who’ve been licensed for less than two years. Within this period, if a new...
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Are Temporary Speed Limits Enforceable?

Yes, temporary speed limits are enforceable, making it essential for drivers to pay attention to displayed speed limits and watch for repeater signs indicating any temporary limit or changes, even on...
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50 in a 30 – What To Do If You Are Caught Speeding

If you are caught driving at ’50 in a 30′ mph zone, it will be classed as a serious speeding offence and you should seek expert legal advice from firms like Caddick Davies. They can help y...
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Driving on the Wrong Side of the Road: What You Need to Know

Driving on the wrong side of the road is most commonly charged as “driving without due care and attention, which is also known as “careless driving.” This offence occurs when a perso...
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