No Insurance

It is essential to have third party insurance; non-compliance with this law is an extremely serious offence. If caught, the police may issue you with a Fixed Penalty of £300/6 licence points, but if the matter goes to court, you may be required to pay a substantial fine, receive 6 or 8 penalty points, or even be disqualified from driving. Our expert lawyers can give quality advice, assistance, and representation, and are your best chance of holding onto your licence.

Give us a call today on 0203 488 2551 to get FREE advice.

At Driving Solicitors we can provide you with a quick and clear explanation of whether you have sufficient cover to drive a particular vehicle, or in a particular, perhaps unusual risk, situation. As not having the correct insurance in place is a serious offence, with very damaging and inconvenient implications, it is important that you seek advice as a priorty.

Even one conviction will have a negative impact on your life; even if you avoid disqualification, your next insurance premium will be dramatically increased if you have been convicted of an insurance-based offence.

We understand that issues surrounding lack of insurance can arise perfectly innocently, through genuine mistakes, for example assuming that comprehensive cover means you are able to drive other vehicles, to sons and daughters assuming they are covered by their parents’ policies. Driving Solicitors can help to resolve these issues.

A lot of motorists also don’t realise that they can be convicted of an insurance offence without ever driving. One extremely common offence is allowing another individual to drive your car or vehicle without insurance. This particular offence is increasingly common, as police detection methods have improved significantly, and insurance companies have sought to lower premiums by including more restrictions in their terms and conditions, in some cases removing permissions that were considered typical in the past.

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No Insurance

It is essential to have third party insurance; non-compliance with this law is an extremely serious offence.

Available 24/7 for a free consultation.
Request a call back now!

Motoring offence - Driving solicitors - 12 Points

If caught, the police may issue you with a Fixed Penalty of £300/6 licence points, but if the matter goes to court, you may be required to pay a substantial fine, receive 6 or 8 penalty points, or even be disqualified from driving. Our expert lawyers can give quality advice, assistance, and representation, and are your best chance of holding onto your licence.

Give us a call today on 0203 488 2551 to get FREE advice.

At Driving Solicitors we can provide you with a quick and clear explanation of whether you have sufficient cover to drive a particular vehicle, or in a particular, perhaps unusual risk, situation. As not having the correct insurance in place is a serious offence, with very damaging and inconvenient implications, it is important that you seek advice as a priorty.

Even one conviction will have a negative impact on your life; even if you avoid disqualification, your next insurance premium will be dramatically increased if you have been convicted of an insurance-based offence.

We understand that issues surrounding lack of insurance can arise perfectly innocently, through genuine mistakes, for example assuming that comprehensive cover means you are able to drive other vehicles, to sons and daughters assuming they are covered by their parents’ policies. Driving Solicitors can help to resolve these issues.

A lot of motorists also don’t realise that they can be convicted of an insurance offence without ever driving. One extremely common offence is allowing another individual to drive your car or vehicle without insurance. This particular offence is increasingly common, as police detection methods have improved significantly, and insurance companies have sought to lower premiums by including more restrictions in their terms and conditions, in some cases removing permissions that were considered typical in the past.

Contact Us Now