Driving document offences

Driving document offences

Motor offences for individuals

Driving without a licence, insurance or MOT certificate is a motoring offence, as is the failure to produce these documents.

Lack of insurance carries a fixed penalty of between six and eight penalty points and a maximum fine of £5,000, as well as disqualification for up to 12 months in serious cases. In the case of a young driver, there is a strong possibility of their licence being immediately revoked.

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