Dangerous Driving

A motorist commits the offence of dangerous driving if the standard of their driving on a road or in a public place falls far below that expected of a “competent and careful driver”.

Dangerous Driving is a serious offence that attracts a sentence of imprisonment for up to 2 years and disqualification for a minimum of 12 months. If convicted you will also be ordered to sit an extended test. Most cases of dangerous driving will proceed to the Crown Court.

We specialise in the representation of motorists charged with dangerous driving and have successfully defended many motorists.

If you find yourself facing a police investigation, charged or summonsed to appear before the Magistrates’ Court for dangerous driving please contact us on 01603 616000 for more advice and to find out how we can help you.