Totting up is the term used to describe the accumulation of penalty points for driving offences. Offences will remain on your licence for three years but they cannot be removed from your licence until four years after the offence was committed. If you accrue more than 12 penalty points within a three-year period, you will be disqualified from driving for a minimum of six months. If you find yourself facing an offence and you have 9 points already on your licence, get in touch with our solicitors straight away. A driving ban can have a detrimental effect on your life and work, but with a strong legal representation, we can provide a solid defence for your case to give you the best possible outcome.
We deal with any type of road traffic offence including:
- Driving without insurance
- Drunk driving
- Drug driving
- Driving carelessly
- Totting Up Bans
- Refusal to provide a Specimen
- Driving without a Licence
- Using the mobile phone and Driving
- Dangerous Driving
- Death by Dangerous Driving
Contact Our Road Traffic Solicitors in Glasgow, Scotland
Keith Tuck Solicitors are highly experienced in road traffic defence and have the expertise to see you have the best outcome possible. We offer our services to both privately funded and Legal Aid clients. Our road traffic solicitors operate in Glasgow and the surrounding areas. Give us a call today on 01413362020, or contact us via our online contact form.