Many new or revised strangest driving laws have been introduced in the UK in 2017 changing the amount of fines and penalty charges imposed on motorists, you may not know. Driving a dirty car could land you a £25 fine!

Many new or revised strangest driving laws have been introduced in the UK in 2017 changing the amount of fines and penalty charges imposed on motorists, you may not know. Driving a dirty car could land you a £25 fine!

VOLKSWAGEN FACES a class action lawsuit from 10,000 British drivers, who say the German car maker misled them into paying extra for diesel cars that were more polluting than they were claimed to be: https://goo.gl/8oEM5P   #DrivinginOxford #DrivingLicense #DrivingSchool #LDA #Lessons #Course #PracticalTest #Oxford #UK #Roads #Tips

VOLKSWAGEN FACES a class action lawsuit from 10,000 British drivers, who say the German car maker misled them into paying extra for diesel cars that were more polluting than they were claimed to be: https://goo.gl/8oEM5P #DrivinginOxford #DrivingLicense #DrivingSchool #LDA #Lessons #Course #PracticalTest #Oxford #UK #Roads #Tips

Drivers who let litter be thrown from their cars will face automatic fines of £60 even if they are not personally responsible…

Leaked litter strategy: Drivers to be fined £60 for throwing rubbish from car

Leaked litter strategy: Drivers to be fined for throwing rubbish from car

In the year since new rules came into force, the number of people charged with drug driving has more than doubled – but do you know what's on the banned list?... https://goo.gl/JlUXYX

The prescription drugs that can now see you banned

In the year since new rules came into force, the number of people charged with drug driving has more than doubled – but do you know what's on the banned list?

If you’re driving in Europe, or even further afield, you should be aware of the specific rules and requirements you’ll need to adhere to before you go. You should also carry your driving license along with a valid DVLA Check Code, your insurance certificate, your V5C logbook document and proof of ID, such as a passport.

If you’re driving in Europe, or even further afield, you should be aware of the specific rules and requirements you’ll need to adhere to before you go. You should also carry your driving license along with a valid DVLA Check Code, your insurance certificate, your V5C logbook document and proof of ID, such as a passport.

Top 10 Reasons for Failing UK Driving Test: According to the DSA - the overall pass rate for the UK driving test is just 42%. The first time pass rate is lower still. Before you take you test -- learn from the mistakes of others by finding out the top 10 reasons people fail. If you see something that you fear you're weak on, get some more practice in to ensure you pass first time. Contact us for more driving tips: 01865722148    #FailingUKDrivingTest #drivingtest #drivinglessons…

According to the DSA - the overall pass rate for the UK driving test is just The first time pass rate is lower still. Before you take you test -- learn .

Research revealed three quarters of drivers no longer know the meaning of all the road signs featured in the Highway Code. The most common signs drivers do not really understand are those involving bridges, loading zones and no motor vehicles. Also confusing to Brit motorists are what the shape and colour of the signs actually mean: https://goo.gl/J4xpJj

Research revealed three quarters of drivers no longer know the meaning of all the road signs featured in the Highway Code. The most common signs drivers do not really understand are those involving bridges, loading zones and no motor vehicles. Also confusing to Brit motorists are what the shape and colour of the signs actually mean: https://goo.gl/J4xpJj

A MAJOR European city is set to ban the use of diesel cars in a bid to reduce the illegal levels of air pollution, following a court order: https://goo.gl/drMW3J

A MAJOR European city is set to ban the use of diesel cars in a bid to reduce the illegal levels of air pollution, following a court order: https://goo.gl/drMW3J

UK driving laws can be a complicated matter – and many get muddled between legitimate regulations and motoring myths. Here’s everything you need to know about avoiding penalties while on the road…   #DrivingLaw #DrivingInformation #DSA #DVLAtest #LDA #DrivingTips #Affordable #AutomaticDrivingLessons #DrivinginOxford #DrivingLicense #DrivingSchool #Lessons #Course #PracticalTest #Oxford #UK #Roads #Tips #School #DrivingApp #Learner #DrivingTestRoute #Manual #Automatic #gearbox

UK driving laws can be a complicated matter – and many get muddled between legitimate regulations and motoring myths. Here’s everything you need to know about avoiding penalties while on the road… #DrivingLaw #DrivingInformation #DSA #DVLAtest #LDA #DrivingTips #Affordable #AutomaticDrivingLessons #DrivinginOxford #DrivingLicense #DrivingSchool #Lessons #Course #PracticalTest #Oxford #UK #Roads #Tips #School #DrivingApp #Learner #DrivingTestRoute #Manual #Automatic #gearbox

Drivers face being given six penalty points on their licence rather than three, and a £200 fine instead of £100. But figures obtained by BBC Radio Wales showed 166 motorists were stopped by police for using their phones in March - up from 137 in February: https://goo.gl/6J0NSd   #AutomaticDrivingLessons #LocalDrivingSchool #LDA  #Oxford #UK #Tips #Speeding #Fine #DrivingLaw

Drivers face being given six penalty points on their licence rather than three, and a £200 fine instead of £100. But figures obtained by BBC Radio Wales showed 166 motorists were stopped by police for using their phones in March - up from 137 in February: https://goo.gl/6J0NSd #AutomaticDrivingLessons #LocalDrivingSchool #LDA #Oxford #UK #Tips #Speeding #Fine #DrivingLaw

Does the 10 per cent allowance rule ACTUALLY exist: Speeding fines 2017? https://goo.gl/2eJqGR  #AutomaticDrivingLessons #LocalDrivingSchool #LDA  #Oxford #UK #Tips #Speeding #Fine

Does the 10 per cent allowance rule ACTUALLY exist: Speeding fines 2017? https://goo.gl/2eJqGR #AutomaticDrivingLessons #LocalDrivingSchool #LDA #Oxford #UK #Tips #Speeding #Fine

MANY driving laws and rule changes have been introduced in 2017. Here is a breakdown of all the new driving laws, legislation and rule changes, you should be aware of or risk facing fines, driving bans or even a criminal record: https://goo.gl/8Y909a   #Drivinglaws2017 #DVLAtest #LDA #DrivingTips #Affordable #AutomaticDrivingLessons #DrivinginOxford #DrivingLicense #DrivingSchool #Lessons #Course #PracticalTest #Oxford #UK #Roads #Tips #School #DrivingApp #Learner #DrivingTestRoute

MANY driving laws and rule changes have been introduced in 2017. Here is a breakdown of all the new driving laws, legislation and rule changes, you should be aware of or risk facing fines, driving bans or even a criminal record: https://goo.gl/8Y909a #Drivinglaws2017 #DVLAtest #LDA #DrivingTips #Affordable #AutomaticDrivingLessons #DrivinginOxford #DrivingLicense #DrivingSchool #Lessons #Course #PracticalTest #Oxford #UK #Roads #Tips #School #DrivingApp #Learner #DrivingTestRoute

• If a driver travels 31mph up to 40mph in a 30mph zone, they can be charged between 25 per cent and 75 per cent of their weekly income.   • Drivers who exceed the stated speed limit by 11mph up to 20mph will be charged between 75 per cent and 125 per cent of their wage.  • Major offences, which are for speed limit breaches of up 22mph and above will be charged between 125 per cent and 175 per cent of their week wage.

• If a driver travels 31mph up to 40mph in a 30mph zone, they can be charged between 25 per cent and 75 per cent of their weekly income. • Drivers who exceed the stated speed limit by 11mph up to 20mph will be charged between 75 per cent and 125 per cent of their wage. • Major offences, which are for speed limit breaches of up 22mph and above will be charged between 125 per cent and 175 per cent of their week wage.

DRIVERS responsible for the most serious speeding offences are set to face harsher penalties under new sentencing guidelines for magistrates. It means, for example, someone who is sentenced for driving at 101mph or faster in a 70mph zone will now be dealt with in a more severe bracket.    #DrivinginOxford #DrivingLicense #DrivingSchool #LDA #Lessons #Course #PracticalTest #Oxford #UK #Roads #Tips #Law

DRIVERS responsible for the most serious speeding offences are set to face harsher penalties under new sentencing guidelines for magistrates. It means, for example, someone who is sentenced for driving at 101mph or faster in a 70mph zone will now be dealt with in a more severe bracket. #DrivinginOxford #DrivingLicense #DrivingSchool #LDA #Lessons #Course #PracticalTest #Oxford #UK #Roads #Tips #Law

You must wear glasses or contact lenses every time you drive if you need them to meet the ‘standards of vision for driving’. You must tell DVLA if you’ve got any problem with your eyesight that affects both of your eyes, or the remaining eye if you only have one eye: https://goo.gl/Va1Uhb

Driver Eyesight: Are you up to standard? The road safety charity, Brake, reports that accidents caused by poor driver vision are estimated to cause casualties and cost million in the UK per year.

If you’re caught driving while under the influence of drugs the punishment is hefty. You’ll get a criminal record for a start and a driving ban. Your licence will be taken off you for at least a year and the fine for breaking this new law is anything up to £5,000.

All you need to know about the laws on the road when it comes to drugs and also road side drug tests.

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