In the event that you ever get a speeding ticket in the UK, there are three conceivable results:
-You get offered a speed mindfulness course.
-You get a speeding ticket, additionally called a Fixed Penalty Notice, alongside a speeding fine and licence points.
In the event that your speed was unnecessary and risky, you could be brought specifically to court and charged. Whenever discovered liable you will get a fine, points on your permit and perhaps even a driving boycott.
WHAT IS A NOTICE OF INTENDED PROSECUTION?
The Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) is the report sent by the police to the enlisted attendant of the vehicle. It points of interest the speeding offence and contains guidelines on what to do straightaway. Keep in mind that you won’t get a NIP in the event that you were pulled over by the police for speeding and given a verbal cautioning of indictment, or if your speeding was a factor in a street car crash. You can seek clear guidance on this from a trusted speeding solicitor in your area.
HOW FAR CAN YOU GO OVER THE SPEED LIMIT?
By law anything over the point of confinement is at risk for a speeding ticket. In all actuality, the police normally offer a cushion of 10% in addition to 2 mph over as far as possible, however this is completely at their caution.
In any case, genuinely inordinate speed may lead specifically to a court summons and arraignment. The base fine for a speeding offence is £100. Be that as it may on the off chance that you are arraigned for exorbitant or unsafe speed, the fine goes up to £1000. This goes up to £2500 for hazardous speeding on a motorway.
What number of POINTS DO YOU GET FOR SPEEDING?
An ordinary speeding ticket will result in three points, or supports, on your permit. This may ascend to six points for exorbitant speed. On the off chance that you as of now have at least eight points on your permit, the police may indict as opposed to giving you more points, and you could wind up with a driving exclusion.
HOW MIGHT I GET OUT OF A SPEEDING TICKET?
On the off chance that you were in reality speeding then you truly have no protection, and the best activity is to acknowledge the ticket. Be that as it may, you can work with a speeding solicitor to challenge it on the off chance that you weren’t speeding or you weren’t the one driving at the time.
On the off chance that your auto was stolen or sold, or another person was driving at the time, you are not obligated for the fine. You should react to the NIP to tell the police this. In the event that another person was driving your auto at the time, you should be honest with the police about who the driver was. It is unlawful for you to say that it was you who was driving in regard to someone else’s offence.