Public Bridleway = Public Place


Driving without insurance on a public bridleway

Is this illegal to drive down one with no insurance?

Paula Says:

You have to have insurance if you drive a vehicle on a public road or in a public place. Any where to which the public have unrestricted access to is classed as a public place or road – so the answer is yes I’m afraid.

You are facing 6-8 penalty points for driving without insurance.

Are you a new driver? have you got any points already? If so, how many?

Are you able to tell me more about what actually happened? I may be able to help you avoid the points if there was a good reason or you thought that you were covered?

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