How would a driving ban affect your livelihood?
Driving Without Insurance
If you are found to be driving without insurance – even if you believed yourself to have been covered – you can receive a fixed penalty notice amounting to a £300 fine and up to 6 penalty points.
But if your case goes to court, the penalties can be even more severe, with a possible unlimited fine and driving ban. Furthermore, the police have the right to seize your uninsured vehicle.
If you are based in Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster, Barnsley, Manchester or Cheshire and are concerned that you could be awarded a driving ban as a result of driving without a licence, or a ban under the totting up system, our expert motoring offence solicitors have a 95% success rate.
We will guide you through your decision-making and the legal process from the time of your charge to the termination of your court case.
DFR Solicitors offer professional, experienced expertise throughout West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, Manchester and Cheshire.
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