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Ready To Go Driving School providing driving lessons in Brighton, Hove, Portslade, Saltdean, Rottingdean, Peacehaven, Woodingdean, Falmer, Lewes, Steyning, Shoreham, Worthing, Southwick, Hollingbury, Coldean, and many areas in Sussex. We also offer driving instructors franchise deals.
We are a driving school which is dedicated to every process when it comes to learning to drive or helping individuals after the test and beyond. Our aim is to help drivers become safer drivers and in return make roads safe for everyone, we are not just to teach people to drive but to offer help or just advice. With ever more cameras on our streets there’s a good chance you’ll get caught out if you choose to disobey the rules of the road, you could be seriously fined, have points added to your licence, lose your licence, put offers in danger or even put a life at risk.
We have written up a list of ways you could face if you go against the rules; most offences carry points rather than a disqualification, but notch up 12 points or more (six points if you’ve had your licence less than two years) over a three-
For some offences disqualification is mandatory, and even in cases where the court has a power to endorse with penalty points it also has a power to disqualify. You’ve been warned…
Driving through a red light
Obeying traffic lights isn’t optional; go through one on red and you’re guaranteed three points and a £100 fine.
Caught by speed camera
Get snapped driving above the speed limit and that’s three points on your licence plus a 100 quid fine. Contest it when you’re in the wrong and you’ll get up to six points and possibly a £1000 fine; go crazy on the motorway and you could be fined £2500 and suffer an unlimited ban.
Failing to stop at a zebra crossing
This is the same offence as if you fail to take notice of a traffic light that’s on red – which means you get three points and a fine of up to £1000.
Stopping in a box junction
Those yellow lines are there for a reason; you’re not allowed to stop on them, only pass through. The level of fine is set by the local authority, but it’s normal to be stung for 80 quid if you get it wrong.
Even if it’s a broken white line you’re crossing, overtake when it’s unsafe and you’ll probably be done for driving without due care and attention. That means you’re liable to a fine of up to £2500 and you’ll get 3-
Driving with defective tyres
If your tyres are flat, bald or damaged in any way, you can be served with a £2500 fine and three points – for each tyre. So if each corner is duff, that’s your licence gone. Check you have 1.6mm of tread all the way round the tyre, and across at least three-
Using a mbile phone while driving
It’s still legal to use your mobile if you’ve got a bluetooth hands-
Not in proper control of your vehicle
This can be anything from eating, smoking or drinking to shaving, reading or using a laptop while driving. Do any of these things and you could be fined three points and fined £100 – especially if you crash as a result of your actions.
Drink or drug driving
Get nicked while you’re over the limit or under the influence of drugs, and your licence is history, end of story. You can kiss it goodbye for a year, and if it’s your second offence within ten years you’re on the bus for the next three years. It doesn’t end there though; you can also be jailed for up to six months and be fined up to five grand.
Failing to stop after an accident
If you crunch your car causing personal injury to someone, you have to stop and give your details, then report the incident at a police station. Fail to do these things and you could be banned from driving. Either way you’ll get 5-
Driving with no insurance
Your car has to be insured if you use it on the public road. Drive uninsured and you’ll get stung for up to £5000, you’ll get 6-
Driving a car with no MoT
It’s easy to forget that your MoT has expired, but do so, keep driving, get caught and you could be fined up to £1000. However, no MoT can mean you also have no insurance, and we all know what that could lead to…
Driving without a driving licence
Now here’s one that doesn’t make sense; get caught driving without a valid licence and you’ll get 3-