Speeding Solicitors

Rosewood Solicitors are specialist motoring offence solicitors based in Surrey. Offering advice and guidance on all aspects of road traffic law in England and Wales, our team will support and defend you when facing a motoring offence.

Whilst most speeding offences go unchallenged, seeking the help of a speeding offence solicitor is invaluable when the consequences are serious. A high number of points or excessive speeds can lead to many points or even disqualification of driving.

Our experts based in Woking have a team of motoring offence solicitors with ample experience in speeding offences. Our experts offer advice and guidance in all aspects of road traffic law to support and build a defence if you’re facing a motoring offence.

Contact us today for a free, initial consultation to assess your needs and see how we can help.

About our Speeding Offence Solicitors and Processes

Speeding is a common occurrence but can become serious quickly when any conviction has significant or life-changing consequences. Our speeding offence solicitors can assess any relevant factors involved and whether you can appeal your case.

Facing disqualification or a driving ban can have a huge impact on your social, family and even work life, taking away the freedom you once had. This is where a motoring defence solicitor may be necessary, to address and resolve these offences as quickly and efficiently as possible to avoid any further action.

You need a speeding offence solicitor that’s free from judgement, understanding and approachable when it comes to motoring offences. Our team will keep you informed of any developments throughout every stage, so you can decide how you’d like to proceed.

If you’re looking for more general advice or any other offence, please see our motoring offence solicitors here.

Why Choose Rosewood Solicitors?

Here at Rosewood Solicitors, we take the time to understand your case, obtaining all the facts and details, allowing us to build a case around your personal circumstances. We liaise with the court and the Crown Prosecution Service for you in advance to guarantee an accurate hearing to provide the best possible outcome.

Circumstances like these are bound to leave you feeling frustrated, anxious, and concerned, which is why we help you understand where you stand and prepare you for all potential outcomes. Our expert legal advice can limit any unnecessary worry, from building the case to arranging representation in court.

Frequently Asked Questions About our Speeding Offence Services

What are the standard punishments for speeding in the UK?

A typical penalty for speeding in the UK is a fine and/or points on your licence. In some instances, you can take a speed awareness course to avoid points. This course can only be offered once in a period of three years from the last date of detection.

If your speeding offence is more severe, you can be prosecuted depending on the circumstances and whether you’re perceived as a further danger on the roads.

Can my driving licence be taken away if I’m caught speeding?

In short, the decision is at the discretion of the court. Depending on your circumstance and the level of offence committed, disqualification can be avoided, but it is key to do what is required and expected of you.

The normal penalty for speeding, is points on the driving licence and a fine, however if you fail to pay, this can lead to further penalties and a court summons will be sent out and if you continue avoid paying your fine. This can result in an arrest or even prison sentence.

How can solicitors help me with my speeding offence?

In most cases, it is not necessary to enlist the help of a speeding offence solicitor. However, if you feel your licence is at risk or the circumstances are complex, it is worth discussing your circumstances with our experts at Rosewood Solicitors.

We also assist with other motoring offences including:

  • Failing to provide driver’s details
  •  Failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis Speeding
  • Driving without due care and attention
  • Dangerous driving
  • Causing death by dangerous driving
  • Driving (in charge/attempting to drive)
  • Drink/drug driving charges

To reach our speeding solicitors simply call us on 01483 901414 or through your preferred method on our contact page


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