Failing to Produce Driving Documents

Failing to produce driving documents to police is an offence that may seem fairly innocuous, but can bring with it a maximum fine of £5,000 and eight points on a driving licence.

If you face charges for failing to produce driving documents - whether it's a driving licence, proof of insurance or an MOT certificate - the expert solicitors here at JMW are here to help.

To get in touch with our specialist motoring solicitors - who have years of experience reducing penalties for those facing such allegations - call us on 0800 804 8159 or get in touch via our enquiry form.

Consequences of Failing to Produce Driving Documents

The punishments for failing to produce driving documents vary, with a lack of insurance being treated very seriously by the courts.

In cases where there is commercial use of the vehicle, usually the employer is responsible for insuring it. This means it is the company or proprietor that can be liable for prosecution as well as the employee. We can assist both.

A number of punishments are possible if you are caught driving while disqualified, including a prison sentence, curfew order, community service, a fine and an extension of the disqualification.

The maximum fine for having no tax or MOT is £1,000, but no points will be put on your driving license for this offence.

An unlicensed driver can receive a fine of up to £1,000 and between 3 and 6 penalty points.

Contact JMW Solicitors' Experts Today

At JMW Solicitors, our motoring specialists provide legal advice to people facing allegations of failing to produce driving documents. Taking advantage of the expertise and experience of our solicitors will improve the likelihood of a court sanction being reduced.

Call us today on 0800 804 8159 or get in touch via our online enquiry form.

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