Motoring Law Articles
A whole host of articles in relation to Motoring Law. We have put together useful articles which cover new laws, changes in existing laws – as well as advice and useful information from our award-winning team.
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With the rise in popularity of Uber – issues regarding the offence of “plying for hire” have come to the fore – but what is “plying for hire”?
If you fail to provide a specimen of breath then under the Road Traffic Act 1988 – you are guilty of an offence. But can there be valid reasons for it?
In some instances – double-points can lead to a driving ban, or for a new driver, having to resit their test. So when can double-points awards be avoided?
A case study which shows the complexities of death by dangerous driving and causation which highlights that you don’t have to be THE cause to be A cause.
The quality of forensic evidence has been called into question by The Forensic Science Regulator after it found gaps in quality in a recent inspection.
A driver recently used the information off his GPS tracker to cast reasonable doubt over his speeding conviction. So is this a new thing – can GPS be used this way?
New guidelines are now being proposed in respect of disqualifications from driving following a review by the sentencing council. Here we take a look at the changes proposed.
If you get arrested abroad then recent high-profile cases have shown just how important it is to seek appropriate legal representation.
With the Festive Season upon us, many people are caught drink/drug driving the morning after a night of celebrating the festivities. Whether it’s the works do, or a drink at family/friends. Thinking you are ok to drive often catches drivers out…
In some cases, the police need to take either a blood or urine sample from a driver suspected of driving under the influence of drink or drugs. In almost all instances, the police opt for a blood sample. Part of the procedure is informing the suspect that they can if they wish request part of the sample for independent testing. So why do so few suspects take this option up?