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What happens after being caught speeding?

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After being caught speeding, the registered keeper of the car you were speeding in will receive a Notice of Intended Prosecution detailing the offence and a Section 172 notice.

You must respond to the notice within 28 days using the Section 172 Notice to nominate the speeding driver. If you do not respond then this will be another offence and could result in you receiving a fine or penalty point even if it wasn’t you speeding.

If a police officer stops you for speeding then they can give you a verbal warning of prosecution instead, An NIP is not required if the offence happened as part of a road traffic accident.


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