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Driving Without A Licence
The recommended maximum sentence, on conviction, and the charge of driving without a licence (driving on a road a motor vehicle otherwise than in accordance with a licence to drive a vehicle of that class) is as follows: -
Section 87(1) Road Traffic Act 1988
6 penalty points and £1000 fine
This offence does not require a great deal of discussion in isolation. It does however often appear on a summons or charge sheet alongside other offences, such as no insurance. If so, you may be facing a totting up disqualification.
Getting Advice and Representation
We would advise you to contact one of our motoring law specialists. Road traffic law is rarely straight forward, there may be a number of issues attached to your case that can be used to you advantage.
For a free, no obligation consultation on your case please call 0333 011 0515 or alternatively you can leave us a message using the contact form. If you're not available to speak now you can leave your number below and select a more convenient time for our solicitors to call you.
Our services are available throughout the North West including Liverpool and Wirral.
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