Frequently Asked Questions

Document offences

The police have the right to demand production of all of the documented proofs that you would have for holding a driving licence, certificate of insurance or a test certificate (MOT)

They can only ask for these if you have been driving on a road or another public place (this includes motorway service stations, garage forecourts, car parks and industrial estates). If you are supervising a learner rider (or learner driver) you can be required to produce a driving licence. Any police officer of any rank can require sight of your driving licence and traffic wardens also have the same power.

Motor Defence Solicitors

Criminal matters are not simple. Before accepting any offence or punishment we recommend you contact our sister organisation Motor Defence Solicitors on 0800 2800 912 or go to their website at to obtain more information.

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The rules are simple. How they apply is not. For expert help call us on 0800 783 6191

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