Drink Driving is taken as a very serious offence, and is the subject of many awareness campaigns to prevent it. However, there are many lines of defence that can be taken with these charges. Whatever your situation, you should seek expert legal advice to get the best resolution possible. Read more
FAQs about Driving & Speeding Offences
Is it illegal to use a hands-free device while driving?
What’s the maximum sentence for speeding?
What’s classed as excessive speeding?
What’s the difference between careless driving and dangerous driving?
Do you get a criminal record for drink driving in the UK?
Is it safe to drive after one beer?
Can you refuse to be breathalysed?
How do the police test for drug driving?
What happens if you crash without insurance in the UK?
What happens if I was not driving the vehicle at the time of the offence?
Can you go to prison for wasting police time?
Have you been arrested? Contact us now to safeguard your future.
If you are accused of a driving or speeding offence, it is crucial that you contact expert solicitors. Call Lawtons on 0333 577 0522 to discuss your case, whether you face the potential of speeding points on your licence or a dangerous driving charge.
We are highly experienced in defending motoring offences and can work towards the best possible outcome for your case.
What are our fees for driving and road traffic offences?
We are required to provide price information for assistance in relation to summary only motoring offences under Part I of the Road Traffic Act 1988 and s89 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This information is intended to provide assistance with our costs in respect to the legal representation that is needed for these offences. We believe in operating an open and transparent pricing structure – see our fees listed here.