Road Signs & Offences
Driving offence Code: TS20, TS30, TS40, TS50, TS60, TS70
The offence of contravening traffic signs includes ignoring one way street signs, turning left or right when a traffic sign says you are not allowed to and also going through red traffic lights.
These driving offences carry a fine of up to £1000 and 3 penalty points.
Traffic Light Offences
Driving Offence Code: TS10
It is possible to defend allegations of contravening a traffic sign if you can demonstrate that you did not contravene the directions given by a sign
If you can demonstrate that the traffic sign or signs does not or did not conform to the rules (in relation to colour / size / illumination etc) as set down in the Traffic Signs and General Regulations.
Contravening a Traffic Sign
If you can present a good reason why you contravened a traffic sign (e.g. an emergency situation) then it may be possible to defend the allegation and avoid points on your licence by using a special reasons argument.
If you have been accused of the offence of contravening a traffic sign then please ask us a question about your circumstances and we will be able to advise you…..
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