How we can help
- £5,000 maximum fine
- 6 – 8 penalty points or disqualification from driving
How we can help you…
It is an offence to drive a motor vehicle on a road or public place without a policy of insurance in place.
Our Team motoring law experts will look at all the factors in order to fully adise. Defence cases may include:
- The vehicle was not being ‘used’ at the material time
- The vehicle was not being driven on a road or other public place
- Special reasons may also exist, for example where a driver is genuinely misled into believing that there was a policy in force
If being charged is unavoidable, then we will try to use your personal circumstances to minimise a fine, ban or points.
This is why it’s always advisable to seek the advice and representation of law firm such as ourselves.
- A defendant was accused of driving without insurance. A not guilty plea was entered and the case adjourned for a Special Reasons argument. During the hearing, the defendant stated that she had been misled by her husband into believing that she was insured to drive the vehicle at the material time. Further documentary evidence was produced to support our defence case. Successfully, special reasons were found and our client avoided any penalty points being endorsed on her licence.