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Do I Need A Solicitor At My Court Hearing For A Motoring Offence?

Do I need a solicitor before my hearing date? If you are accused of any motoring offence, you have to decide first whether you will plead guilty or not guilty. You should do this before your hearing takes place because the Magistrates Court normally will...

How To Respond To A "Notice Of Proposed Driving Disqualification"?

  What is a “Notice Of Proposed Driving Disqualification”?  Many people are very confused when they receive such a document and wonder what it means.  You may be sent a “Notice Of Proposed Driving Disqualification”...

What Happens If You Get 12 Points?

You can accumulate penalty points for a variety of driving offences including speeding , using a mobile phone , driving without due care and attention , and driving without insurance .. People mistakenly tend to think that if you receive 12 penalty...

What happens in a Magistrates Court hearing for a speeding allegation?

(Updated 21.02.22) Having to go to the Magistrates Court concerning a speeding allegation can be an intimidating experience, particularly if you haven’t been to court before. The many courtroom dramas on TV don’t help, as they tend to falsely...

What do I need to know about Speed Awareness Courses?

What is a Speed Awareness Course? More than a million drivers each year choose to take a Speed Awareness Course.  These courses have been developed by psychologists, and are to educate rather than to punish drivers in an attempt to make roads...

Is Now The Time To Appeal Against Unfair DVLA "Medical Fitness To Drive" Decisions?

After the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) were criticised for keeping drivers off the road unfairly for medical reasons, is now the time to appeal against wrongful decisions?  The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) has...

What Would Brexit Mean For Motorists?

What would be the impact on the motorist of a Brexit vote on the 23rd of June?  And what lies ahead for the motorist should the UK decide to remain in Europe? Motorists might find some disadvantages if they were to head to the Continent on holiday...

When You Can't Legally Drive And What You Can Do About It

If you are found to be driving without a licence then the penalty is 3 to 6 penalty points imposed on your driving licence, and up to a £1,000 fine.  In extreme cases, the magistrates can choose not to impose penalty points, in which case they...