Keeping good drivers on the road
When it comes to a vehicle offence, pleading ignorance is not a defence – no matter how careful a driver you are.
As a driver you are responsible for ensuring your vehicle in roadworthy. Driving with a major vehicle defect, such as defective brakes or tyres, can lead to disqualification, whether or not you were aware of the defect. Even driving with a minor defect, like a blown bulb or overworn tyre, can result in penalty points and fines if not corrected within a 14-day timeframe.
If you are found to be in breach of the road vehicles construction and use regulations, or you have been accused of driving without an MOT, driving a faulty vehicle or driving a vehicle in a dangerous condition, our road traffic offence solicitors can help. With over 20 years’ experience, Giles Wilson provides trustworthy advice and support to keep the wheels of good drivers firmly where they should be; on the road.