If you fail to provide driver details, you could face a fine of up to £1000 and six penalty points.
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S172 Cases – Failing to Provide Driver Details
Many motorists will have received a notice of intended prosecution within their lives, often alleging offences such as speeding. Failing to properly respond to this notice may result in a more significant penalty. The registered owner of a vehicle should expect to hear of an allegation with 14 days so that they are better able to remember and provide details of a driver. Motorists charged with this offence often have perfectly good reasons why they have not provided the information or may actually know nothing about the actual request. It is advisable to seek advice from a specialist a the earliest opportunity to ensure the appropriate information is given in all circumstances or you are properly defended if charged.
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o prevent this from happening it’s important to get help and advice from an experienced defence law firm, such as DrivingOffence.com. We have helped many drivers facing charges across the UK get a more desired outcome from prosecution. Contact our Manchester office today by calling 0800 069 6000. Alternatively, fill in our contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.