Legal guide to UK motoring, sections for law enforcement, Driver licensing, learner and new drivers, buying and selling, speeding fines, owning a vehicle, wheel clamping, traffic information
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A legal guide to motoring
SPEEDINGCurrent costs and bans given to speeders within the UK - Showing how caught, when and where, the speed, type of roads, fines and points and penalties given
Speeding Fine Examples
HIGHWAY CODEComprehensive explanation of the Highway Code.This Highway Code applies to England, Scotland and Wales. The Highway Code is essential reading for everyone.
TAXING YOUR VEHICLEHow to tax your vehicle. The way in which you tax your new or used vehicle for the first time or how you renew your tax on expiry of your existing tax disc will depend on the documentation available to you.
PARKING REGULATIONSA guide to Parking Regulations, codes and descriptions. Parking it some towns can be a nightmare at the best of times with hot-headed traffic wardens going for records and more double yellow lines than you can shake a parking ticket at!
Blue Badge Scheme
ROAD SIGNSRoad signs and their meanings most of us use the roads on a daily basis with the vast amount of road signs that we are faced with we can easily get confused by not being sure what they mean
DRIVING THEORY TESTRegardless of driving experience, candidates should make full use of the available study material to prepare for the multiple choice and hazard perception elements of the theory test. Take Theory Test
Bus Theory Test
DRINK AND DRUGSDrink driving in the UK is defined as the act of driving a motor vehicle (car, truck, etc.) while under the effects of alcohol. Otherwise known as Driving under the Influence [DUI] or Driving While Intoxicated [DWI], it can become a criminal offence when a subject is caught with blood levels of alcohol in excess of a legal limit.
ROAD TRAFFIC ACTAll vehicles and their drivers in the UK have to abide by the law these laws are set out in The Road Traffic Act which covers the use of all vehicles on roads, all aspects of vehicle use are included and are set out in seven sections
VEHICLE INSURANCEHow Premiums are Calculated Factors taken into account in costing your insurance include who will drive, the type of car, where it is kept, the uses to which it is put, and the type of cover required
POLICE/LAWInformation about Law enforcement for cars UK, Endorsements and Disqualifications, Speeding fines, Parking Regulations, A.N.P.R., tinted windows, abandoned vehicles, driving in britain, road traffic act, Road Safety Act
OWNING A VEHICLEOwning a Vehicle and Buying a Vehicle information including topics such as MOT's, Registering Imports, Registering vehicles, New Resident/Visitors, Vehicle Standards, Keeping Vehicles, FAQ's etc...
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