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Driving without tax – what is the Law

Driving without tax – what is the Law?

August 19, 2022
Vehicle Excise Duty (commonly known as vehicle tax, car tax or road tax) must be paid on the majority of vehicles registered […]
What are Mitigating Factors and Circumstances

What are Mitigating Factors and Circumstances?

June 10, 2022
When a defendant is in court, the defendant’s solicitor will give the normal plea in mitigation before the defendant is […]

What is a Section 172 Notice?

April 21, 2022
Section 172 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 states that a registered keeper of a vehicle must supply the identity […]

Mobile Phones and Driving

February 03, 2022
In the UK, it is currently illegal to call or text anyone whilst driving unless you are in an emergency […]

Christmas 2021 and Drink Driving

December 13, 2021
With the festive period and Christmas 2021 well on their way, it is clear that there is always Christmas merriment […]
Section 172 Failing To Identify Driver

Driving Ban for Totting Up Points

December 13, 2021
A “totting up ban” is an automatic driving ban that happens when a driver accumulates twelve or more driving licence […]

Driving without Insurance

August 02, 2021
Driving whilst uninsured sounds like an easy offence to avoid, however it is easier to do than you would expect. […]

Dangerous Driving and Tyres

March 15, 2021
Tayside Police in Scotland arrested a man charge after police caught him putting himself and others at “huge risk” with […]

Driving Laws Second Lockdown

November 18, 2020
In the second week of England’s second national lockdown, the Gov website have put forward some national restrictions for this lockdown. Here is a quick overview of the rules and how we can help if you are accused of breaking them whilst driving. Please note that these rules only apply to England.

Physical Assault

June 09, 2020
The crime of assault is a broad offence in UK law. There are many different degrees of assault which makes the offence of assault sometimes a complicated issue.