This table shows the basic fines you can expect to get for each offence but note that as from December 2004 each case will be looked at individually and assesed for weather conditions, road conditions time of day etc.
|Speeding Offence||Fine||Costs||Penalty Points|
|up to 15mph over the posted limit||£44||£30||3|
|16mph to 25mph over the posted limit||£45-£100||£30||4|
|26mph to 35mph over the posted limit||£45-£200||£30||5-6|
|36mph or more over the posted limit||£67-£300||£30||Ban 1 month to 12 months|
Does the Threat of Disqualification Deter Drivers from Speeding?
Association of Chief Police Officers Guidelines
Below is a table of the current guidelines given to the ACPO but there are new proposals for changes to some of these figures.
|20 mph||25 mph||35 mph|
|30 mph||35 mph||50 mph|
|40 mph||46 mph||66 mph|
|50 mph||57 mph||76 mph|
|60 mph||68 mph||86 mph|
|70 mph||79 mph||96 mph|
Endorsements remain on your licence for:
11 years from date of conviction for offences relating to drink/drugs and driving, causing death by careless driving whilst under the influence of drink/drugs and causing death by careless driving then failing to provide a specimen for analysis.
4 years from date of conviction for reckless/dangerous driving and offences resulting in disqualification.
4 years from the date of offence in all other cases
|SP codes that will appear on your licence after endorsement(s)|
|SP10||Exceeding goods vehicle speed limits|
|SP20||Exceeding speed limit for type of vehicle (excluding goods or passenger vehicles)|
|SP30||Exceeding statutory speed limit on a public road|
|SP40||Exceeding passenger vehicle speed limit|
|SP50||Exceeding speed limit on a motorway|
|SP60||Undefined speed limit offence|
|When endoresements expire you can have them removed from your licence by getting the D1 application form from your post office|
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