Our motoring and road traffic solicitors will be able to represent you.
We offer specialist legal advice and are experts in the field and have conducted trials and court hearings in relation to:
- Drink driving
- Drug driving
- Careless driving
- Dangerous driving
- Avoiding disqualification
- Using a mobile phone while driving
- Driving without insurance
- Driving other than in accordance with a licence
Expert motoring solicitors
Contact our team today for expert legal advice.
Our knowledge of motoring offences mean we are able to represent you from initial investigation all the way through to any appeal.
If you have received a notice of intended prosecution, contact us and our specialists will help you.
Specialist motoring solicitors advice
Motoring offences and exceptional hardship if a person accrues 12 points on their licence in a three-year period they are liable to be disqualified. In order to avoid disqualification, they would need to demonstrate that this would cause them exceptional hardship.
Contact our expert solicitors today for advice.
How do I check my driving convictions?
You can check your driving convictions on www.gov.uk/view-driving-licence
You will need your driving licence number, national insurance number and postcode in order to check your record.
Funding your case
Legal aid is often not available in relation to motoring offences but we will always advise you on availability. We offer transparent quotes for funding your case privately.
Our advice is clear and never complicated by legal jargon.
We are a large criminal law firm and can offer something special and a dedicated team of motoring law experts. Our offices are based in London but we are willing to provide national coverage.
Motoring law consultation
Many people will be daunted by the prospect of motoring offences and the serious repercussions that cases can cause.
We are able to provide a consultation service to give bespoke legal advice for you to consider your options.
We cover these under a standard fixed fee for a consultation of either 30 minutes or an hour. We can advise you how long you may require with a specialist lawyer so you can decide which option is best for you.