Motoring offences and a Company’s responsibility under section 172

Where the driver of company vehicle is caught committing a motoring offence and is not stopped at the time of the offence a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) is sent to the registered keeper of the vehicle which is usually the Company Secretary or Director.

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Insurance Premiums

#1 Motoring Solicitors are very aware that a conviction for a motoring offence can have an impact on a driver’s insurance premiums.

For example, a simple offence of speeding can increase your insurance premiums by up to 20%. Where a disqualification is imposed for a motoring offence, many insurance companies will consider whether to offer you insurance at all and have been known to increase insurance premiums by 200%. Read More