What to do if you are convicted in your absence…

You may be surprised to know that it is common for motorists to be convicted of offences without them going to court and sometimes even without their knowledge. The motivation behind this piece is that I have recently been trying to help a client who committed a minor speeding offence. He sent the NIP (Notice […]

Taking someone else’s penalty points – is it worth the risk?

Millions of motorists across the UK have received the dreaded ìNotice of Intended Prosecutionî (NIP). The NIP is the most common way that proceedings (which may result in penalty points) start against a motorist. Penalty points can be a huge inconvenience, or a mild annoyance, depending on your circumstances and employment, and there are times […]