If I'm caught speeding on the same road in different counties, will this be one offence or two?

If I break a speed limit on the same road, crossing from one county to another, will this be one offence or two?

Asked on 9 December 2020 by victor76

Answered by Georgia Petrie
My understanding is that where offences are deemed to have been committed on the same occasion - on one journey - the court has the discretion to impose only one set of points for two or more offences. But, in theory, I suppose you could get multiple points and sets of fines if you're caught out multiple times on one trip.
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