• Physical Assault June 9, 2020 by Driving Solicitors - The crime of assault is a broad offence in UK law. There are many different degrees of assault which makes the offence of assault sometimes a complicated issue. Continue Reading
  • Speeding During Lockdown June 9, 2020 by Driving Solicitors - Since the UK entered lockdown on 23rd March 2020, UK police have found that a minority of speeding motorists have been travelling at more than double the limit. Continue Reading
  • Coronavirus offences March 27, 2020 by Driving Solicitors - As part of the emergency response to the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak in the United Kingdom, Parliament has granted the government drastic new powers to curtail the freedom and liberty of people within the UK. Continue Reading
  • Everyday medicines and Driving Laws February 26, 2020 by Driving Solicitors - February is here and this seems to be the longest winter to date! With Christmas feeling like years ago, January feeling like it had 356 days in it rather than 31, we are all gearing up for spring and looking forward to what 2020 has to offer us. Continue Reading
  • Drink Driving, Falling Police Numbers and In-Car Breathalysers February 20, 2020 by Driving Solicitors - Austerity. For the last nine or so years, the entire UK has been living in a period of austerity in an attempt to save the country’s money in order for a better future. Continue Reading
  • The Driving Laws and Children’s Car Seats February 18, 2020 by Driving Solicitors - In a recent study carried out by the RAC, it was found that more than a fifth (twenty-two per cent) of parents, guardians and grandparents who transport children by car admit to not using a child’s car seat all of the time Continue Reading
  • Brexit and Driving Laws February 13, 2020 by Driving Solicitors - So, the 31st of January has come and gone, and the United Kingdom is now officially not a member of the European Union. Continue Reading
  • Smart Motorways November 11, 2019 by Driving Solicitors - Since their creation in 2006, smart motorways have been a controversial topic. But, regardless of whether they are good or bad, smart motorways are here to stay. Continue Reading
  • Ex-Footballer Dean Saunders fails to provide a breath specimen November 6, 2019 by Driving Solicitors - If you had been watching the news over the summer months, you will be aware of the story about the ex-Liverpool football striker Dean Saunders was arrested over a drink-driving offence. Continue Reading
  • Can different foods make a driver over the drink drive limit? August 8, 2019 by Driving Solicitors - As a nation, we love food that’s laced with alcohol, whether it’s beef and ale pie, mussels in white wine, or a Christmas pudding that has been soaked in brandy. Continue Reading