Driving Otherwise Than in Accordance with a Licence

Driving on a road a motor vehicle otherwise than in accordance with a licence to drive a vehicle of that class is an offence which is dealt with by the Magistrates Court.

If convicted then the maximum penality is a fine not exceeding £1000. The Court may also disqualify the driver for any period and must endorse the licence (unless there are special reasons) with between 3-6 penality points.

This offence can also be dealt with by way of a fixed penalty.

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