Sunil Rupasinha of Kent Traffic Law was invited live onto the show to give his expert opinion as to how the new law is working… Read More »BBC Radio Kent: Breakfast Show 25.10.22
The law on mobile phones (and other data transmission devices) has changed with effect from 25.3.22. Sunil Rupasinha featured live on the show when he… Read More »BBC Radio Kent: The Wake Up Call 25.3.22
Drink or Drug Driving is never worth it. Sometimes you, or other innocent people, could be seriously injured (or worse). If you do take the risk and are caught you will face prosecution and could lose your job, your self-respect and even your liberty (not to mention your driving licence)!
All those who have 12 penalty points endorsed on their driving licences for offences committed within 3 years of each other are liable to be disqualified for a minimum of 6 months ie a penalty points disqualification. However, if it can be established that such a ban would cause ‘exceptional hardship’ then the courts have the discretion to impose a shorter ban or even no ban at all.
This article discusses how this offence is committed and the defences to the allegation.
Did you know that misleading the police as to who was driving your car could lead to you being prosecuted for perverting the course of… Read More »Don’t risk Prison by saying Someone else was Driving
Dominic King interviews our Motoring Offence Barrister on BBC Radio Kent’s Drivetime programme.
This blog explains just how severe the penalties for Drink Driving can be.
Consider ‘success rates’ claims very carefully. Do they conceal more than they reveal?
This article explains the law on drug driving and how easily you could be caught out even with prescription drugs!