If a driver of a motor vehicle on a road exceeds the statutory limit then they are guilty of an offence.

This offence can only be dealt with in the Magistrates Court and if convicted the maximum penalty is a fine not eceeding £1000.

If speeding on a motorway then the maximum fine is £2500.

In addition the Court may disqualify for any period and/or until a driving test has been passed. Also the Court must endorse, unless there are special reasons, with between 3-6 penality points.

The offence can also be dealt with by way of a fixed penality.

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