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Most Common UK Driving Offences: –
S172 – failing to provide driver information/identity. Otherwise known as failure to nominate or ‘driver identity’ offences
Driving without reasonable consideration for other road users or without due care and attention offences – Section 3 Road Traffic Act 1988
Using a motor vehicle without there being in force a relevant policy of insurance or permitting someone else to drive without insurance
Failing to stop after an accident or failing to report an accident to the Police
within 24 hours of it happening
Driving NOT in accordance with a licence, otherwise known as driving without a licence.
Dangerous driving offences- one of the most serious road traffic law allegations
Being in charge of a motor vehicle whilst the proportion of alcohol in your breath exceeds the legal limit and all other drinking & driving related offences.