Driving Fast In Wet Conditions


Can they convict me of this for speeding (95mph) on a motor way in wet conditions even though there was no accident?

Emma Says:

You can be convicted of driving without due care and attention even when there is no accident. The allegation can be based on speed and the prevailing road conditions. The allegation cannot be based on speed (driving fast) alone.

Have you got any points already? Have you got a summons to court? The magistrates tend to take these allegations very seriously and see the speed as an aggravating factor.

Tell me more and I may be able to assist further.


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