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Other motoring issues

None of us wants to find ourselves facing a motoring offence, but with more traffic on UK roads than ever before, it's a problem many of us have to deal with. The money made from speed cameras alone has doubled in the last ten years.

Which? Legal is here to help you if you're facing prosecution for:

  • speeding
  • driving an untaxed vehicle
  • seat belt offences
  • driving without an MOT 
  • mobile phone offences
  • driving without due care and attention

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Our team of expert legal specialists are here to give you one-to-one support to help you understand the offence you're facing.

We'll explain exactly what the prosecution needs to prove in order to convict you and give you an idea of the penalty you might be facing if you're charged. If you're going to court, we can also talk you through the process involved and what you need to prepare beforehand. 

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Meet your experts
Evgeni Hristov Evgeni joined Which? Legal in December 2017 as a consumer law adviser. Evgeni graduated law at the University of the West of England in 2014. See profile
Sanchia Pereira Sanchia joined Which? Legal in 2018 and is a qualified solicitor. Sanchia has worked in private practice, specialising in criminal litigation. See profile
Adrian Schwab Adrian joined Which? Legal in June 2017 as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives. See profile