The M74 is a speeding ticket hotspot, with many drivers facing fines and even driving bans as a result. We are seeing more and more drivers caught speeding in excess of 100mph on the M74. Most drivers aren’t aware that if you have been charged with allegedly driving at this speed, it’s not simply points you are looking at! Your licence could be in danger.
There is nothing more frustrating than receiving a parking fine you don’t deserve. Earlier this year, Trading Standards in Scotland discovered that a third of penalty charges issued by private car park operators are unenforceable as they violate consumer protection legislation. Drivers in Scotland need clear information about parking offences, fines and how to appeal unfair penalties. If you think you may have been unfairly fined, read on to find out what you can do.
Nearly half a million people in Glasgow and Edinburgh have received fines for illegally travelling in bus lanes in the last three years. With many drivers believing they’ve been unfairly fined, we’ve put together this guide on how you can appeal a fine you’ve received for driving in a bus lane.
If you are facing driving charges – even if you are guilty, you have more options than you think. The expert Road Traffic Lawyers at Scullion LAW can help to save your licence. Do not risk losing it all just give us a call. We are able to help with a wide range of driving offences, just check our web for details and read our reviews on google and facebook. Call 0141 413 9406 today.
Police Scotland are reported to be considering the introduction of a system where drivers stopped for speeding could receive a written warning rather than a fine and points on their license, reports The Herald.
Under road traffic law, the police have a general power to stop any vehicle routinely or if they suspect a road traffic offence has been committed. Failure to stop at the earliest opportunity is an offence in the UK.
It goes without saying that drink driving is a criminal offence. In Scotland, we have the most stringent drink driving limits in the UK. However, a which is perhaps given less attention by drivers and the media is that of drug driving.
Worryingly, 40% of road users in the UK are driving with dangerous tyres. A recent survey by Michelin and Kwik Fit saw mechanics travel to Tesco car parks all over the UK where they inspected over 500 cars.
Have your tyres, suspension or coils been destroyed by driving over yet another pothole on Scottish Roads? Are you aware you can make a claim to your local council?
Those of you getting excited about passing your driving test and getting out on the road should be aware that the driving test has changed. As of 4 December 2017, four changes have been made to the current test.
Despite the freezing conditions and icy roads we experience every winter, we Scots seem to stumble into the winter weather unprepared year after year. According to Police Scotland, the cause of most accidents is inappropriate driving for the conditions, and this is particularly common during the winter months.
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