Motoring Offence Solicitor Services
We are a specialist motoring solicitors with over 30 years’ experience in cases involving motoring offences. See the full list of our specialist services below or contact us if the offence you are interested in is not listed.
We understand it is easy to be caught speeding but the consequences can be disastrous with the loss of your licence which may lead to loss of your business or employment.
We have over 30 years’ experience in dealing with these type of offences including:- excess alcohol, drunk in charge, driving whilst unfit and special reasons.
We have over 30 years’ experience in dealing with these type of offences including:- driving whilst unfit and special reasons.
We have over 30 years’ experience in successfully handling failure to stop/report cases. It is vital the work begins on your defence as soon as possible to give us the best possible chance to avoid any potential driving bans.
To be found guilty of dangerous driving the Prosecution must prove that you have driven in a way that falls far below what would be expected of a careful and competent driver.
The Prosecution have to prove that the standard of your driving fell below the standard expected of a reasonably competent driver or that your driving did not show reasonable consideration for other persons using the road.
The registered keeper of the vehicle is required by law to provide details relating to the identification of the driver at the time of the alleged incident.
We have specialist Solicitors who can assist the professional driver or company including HGV and PSV operators and drivers.
We represent professional drivers so whether you're a heavy goods vehicle or commercial vehicle driver or taxi driver contact us.
If a person has had a driving ban for three years then they can make an application for removal of the driving ban . For any driving ban of 4 years or less they can make an application after a period of 2 years.
Are you facing a charge relating to using a mobile phone whilst driving? Most offences will be dealt with by way of six penalty points and a fixed penalty notice.