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I was driving round a bend on a dual carriageway doing a silly 90mph. I couldn’t pull in as there was a row of traffic and a car behind me. As I turned round the bend, I noticed a mobile police van on...
I've been fined 45 Euros for speeding in France. Do I need to tell my insurer? If so, will my insurance costs rise? Will the fact that I don't have any points, or UK driving convictions, influence the...
I received a speeding fine from Venice police on 1 September 2017 for an offence which occurred on 7 September 2016. Is it reasonable to levy a fine so long after the offence. I was on the road in question...
My elderly dad isn't driving at the moment due to illness, so loaned his car to a family in another town. Now he has a police letter saying he did 35mph in a 30mph zone and to name the driver. He has no...
I've just brought an ex-hire car. While driving it, a warning comes up at 80mph and says the car is at its maximum speed. Do some hire cars have speed limiters in them?
I returned home from work to a letter from a PCSO advising that my car had been recorded as travelling at 39 mph in a 30 mph area. As the car make and model was likely to have been supplied by Swansea,...
I recently received a speeding ticket. However, I don't know whether myself or my wife were driving at the time of the alleged offence. I've told the police this, I have also told them we have checked...
I got a red light fine but I went to a speed awareness course so assumed I didn't need to declare it to my insurer (Admiral). But they found out and want to charge me £320. What can I do now?
I drive a van owned by a company which back in June was caught speeding. I'm not the only member of staff who uses this van but the NIP was sent to the registered keeper who then nominated myself as the...
I've been caught speeding in a 30mph zone. One picture shows 37mph but the picture of the registration is incomplete, the second shows 35mph. I'm hardly a boy racer and have a clean licence. This seems...