Have you been caught speeding on the roads around Halifax? Whether it was on a motorway such as the M62 or major A-roads like the A58 and A647, John Barkers Solicitors Motoring Offence Services can provide expert help. Our team of experienced solicitors have extensive knowledge in dealing with motoring offences committed in the area.
We are dedicated to providing the best legal advice for anyone who has been involved in a road traffic offence across Halifax. Whether you were driving recklessly after consuming too much alcohol, or if you were caught using your mobile phone while driving, we will assess your case and explain the potential consequences of your actions. We can also provide advice and assistance with speeding tickets, careless driving charges and disqualifications.
At John Barkers Solicitors Motoring Offence Services, we understand that being accused of a motoring offence is a worrying experience – particularly if it results in court proceedings or even a possible ban. That’s why our team are dedicated to providing you with the best possible defence for your case.
We will ensure that all legal avenues are explored in order to achieve the best result on your behalf. Our solicitors will be able to explain each aspect of your case clearly, and the advice that you need in order to make the right decisions. Our aim is to help you get back on the road as soon as possible.
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Being a driver in Halifax, UK comes with certain responsibilities. It is important to understand the different types of motoring offences so you can avoid getting into trouble while on the roads. John Barkers Solicitors are here to help if you find yourself facing any kind of legal action due to a motoring offence.
Careless driving means that you have driven without due care and attention or without reasonable consideration for other road users. This could include things like not paying attention to your speed, overtaking another vehicle too closely, or using a mobile phone while behind the wheel.
This offence is similar to careless driving, but carries more severe penalties. Examples of type of offence include driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, speeding excessively, or engaging in dangerous behaviour such as racing.
If you are caught driving above the speed limit, even if only by a small margin, then you could be liable for a speeding offence. This can result in points on your licence and possibly an unlimited fine.
Dangerous driving includes activities like not paying attention to the road, weaving in and out of lanes, or overtaking on a bend. It carries the most severe penalties of all motoring offences.