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Speeding Facts From The DVLA

bannerjones solicitors Traffic Offences: Speeding Whether your offence is minor or major, they all attract penalties, which can often lead to fines, points on your licence and sometimes the loss of your licence. It is because of this, many people require a driving offence solicitor. Magistrates court only tend to get involved when: • Offence is denied High speed offences Existing points on licence 4 million summonses were dealt with last year (many defended by specialist lawyers). Speeding facts from the DVLA The minimum penalty for speeding is a £100 fine and 3 points added to your licence If you're within 2 years of passing your driving test, your driving licence will be revoked if you build up 6+ points Since 1994, licensed vehicles in Great Britain have increased by 35% now with over 34.5 million ACPO's speed enforcement policy suggests that when a driver exceeds the speed limit, generally over 10% + 2mph, enforcement will normally occur At the end of 2012, the most common car in Great Britain remained the Ford Focus (1.4 million) The number of private cars with a female registered keeper has increased by 70% since 1994 Likely Court Punishment for Speeding Offences Speed Limit (mph) Recorder Speed 20 mph 21-30 mph 31-40 mph 41-50 mph 30 mph 31-40 mph 41-50 mph 51-60 mph 40 mph 41-55 mph 56-65 mph 66-75 mph 50 mph 51-65 mph 66-75 mph 76-85 mph 60 mph 61-80 mph 81-90 mph 91-100 mph 70 mph 71-90 mph 91-100 mph 101-110 mph FINE FINE FINE Points/Disqualification: Disqualify 7-56 days OR 6 points 3 points 4-6 points OR Disqualify 7-28 days Our specialist driving offence solicitors in Chesterfield Our experienced solicitors can help to reduce driving are experienced in defending or mitigating driving offence charges and penalties if we can demonstrate to the Court any 'special reasons' and also that the loss of the license will cause 'exceptional hardship'. offence charges and penalties, often with the result that a driving ban is avoided. All speeding offences If you are caught speeding on a motorway, committed on roads (excluding Motorways) can lead to a fine of up A ban is more likely when your speed exceeds 45% of the statutory the offence tends to be to £1,000 and a more serious and can discretionary ban of 7 days – 8 weeks, or 3-6 points carry a fine of up to £2,500 limit Why Choose Banner Jones? 96% 135 YEARS **** £ FIXED FEE PROMISE We will 96% of our Variety of specialist lawyers Over 135 travel to Expert clients would wherever you driving offence need us Fixed Fee 5 Regional offices years of recommend Representation experience solicitors us to a friend Don't hesitate to get in touch with one of our expert driving offence solicitors for specialist advice: Phone: 0333 200 2300 Web: Join our Social Networks bannerjones in You Tube 8* i+ solicitors References:

Speeding Facts From The DVLA

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Check out these speeding facts from the DVLA - did you know that if you accumulate 6+ points, within two years of passing your test, your licence will be revoked?!


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