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With speed cameras seemingly around every corner, continuous changes to road traffic and transport laws and the constant threat from other road users, motoring prosecutions are a common occurrence and a particular hazard for business people on the move. Call our motoring offence solicitors for free initial advice 24/7 on 0175 321 6399.
Sometimes the alleged offence could be minor, at other times it could be far more serious but any conviction could have a potentially life changing effect, perhaps loss of livelihood or even liberty.
Take control and feel confident behind the wheel with a membership to Carry on Driving, a free exclusive 24-hour legal advice helpline, which will give you added peace of mind and assurance if you are ever involved in a road traffic case.
One call to Carry on Driving will put you in direct contact with specialist road traffic solicitors, who can provide free initial legal advice and will answer queries within one working day.
Benefits of carry on driving
- Access to free advice through a 24-hour legal helpline and online interactive Q&A service. All queries will be answered within one working day by a specialist road traffic lawyer, worth around £60 each time you use the service
- A 24-hour rapid response call out service for any driver placed under arrest for a serious road traffic offence at a police station in England or Wales, who is to be interviewed under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act
- Access to discounted fixed-fee legal representation by specialist solicitors or barristers, for any type of road traffic or transport offence
Do I need carry on driving membership?
Carry on Driving is available to all private car owners, as well as drivers of any size or type of company vehicles.
Membership to this exclusive service will provide free initial legal advice on a whole spectrum of motoring offences, including but not limited to:
- Dangerous driving
- Causing death by dangerous driving
- Drink driving
- 12 points - totting up
- Speeding offences
- Mobile phone offences
- Driving without insurance
- Tachograph offences
If you have received a notice of intended prosecution or have been contacted by the police, call the Carry on Driving helpline to find out what the best course of action will be.
Or, if you have received a summons to attend court, a Carry on Driving solicitor will be able to advise on the likely outcome of your case and, if necessary, defend you in court, especially if you face a disqualification.
Where to next?
If you are involved in a road traffic offence, or need advice on issues relating to road transport and operator licensing law, call the Carry on Driving 24-hour telephone advice line for direct access to a specialist road traffic lawyer: