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What to do if you get a speeding ticket

Fri, 19 Oct 2001
The Speed Trap Bible has added a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section answering the most commonly asked questions from people that have been caught speeding or want to avoid getting points/fines. The answers to:

I've been flashed by a Gatso what happens next/what is the law?

I have received a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) after being caught by a speed camera, but its outside the 15 day limit: can I get off?

I have received a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) after being caught by a speed camera, but I can't remember who was driving: what should I do/can I get off?

We have received an NIP for one of our company cars, but we cant find out who was driving it then.

I have received a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) after being caught by a speed camera, and they are asking who was driving. Surely the law is I don't have to incriminate myself by answering?

Do radar detectors work, and which ones are the best?

Are Laser jammers legal?

Visit the FAQ at www.speed-trap.co.uk and email any questions for Speed Trap's motoring Barrister to paul@go-faster.com


The Speed Trap Bible is the Web leading source of info on how not to get caught speeding, what to do if you are, which detectors/jammers work etc and around 100 pages of detailed info on these issues, it resides at www.speed-trap.co.uk

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