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dh caught speeding by police -has to produce docs at station is he caught

(15 Posts)
mumofelise Tue 27-Feb-07 22:58:14

dm was caught doing 50 in a 70. and mot ran out on 21st. he has to produce docs but wasn't given anything other than the slip to produce docs. does this mean he will get pen points and fine or not.

SueW Tue 27-Feb-07 22:58:45

50 in a 70?

misdee Tue 27-Feb-07 22:58:54

do you mean 70 in a 50.

SherlockLGJ Tue 27-Feb-07 22:59:59

About 12 years ago, I got caught doing 95 mph on the M62.


5 points. £60 quid. A hard lesson learnt.

Freckle Tue 27-Feb-07 23:00:19

He'll probably get a fine and points for speeding and then some penalty for driving with no MOT.

misdee Tue 27-Feb-07 23:01:41

sherlock.

mind you today i think i may have got flashed charging back from harefield, i hope not though

Ellieump Tue 27-Feb-07 23:02:17

unless you can get an mot done pronto

mumofelise Tue 27-Feb-07 23:02:40

sorry 70 in a 50. he is getting the mot done tommorow, will that make a difference?

fryalot Tue 27-Feb-07 23:03:28

mots are all computerised now and they will know it wasn't mot-ed at the time. sorry

mumofelise Tue 27-Feb-07 23:06:13

really, it was a genuine oversight and he a hgv driver

Jillyadoodledoo Tue 27-Feb-07 23:07:28

The only time you are allowed to drive without an MOT is if you are on the way to a pre-booked test, or on the way to get it fixed so it will pass the test.
They will know when he produces documents that he did not have an MOT, and at that point I think it is up to the officer who stopped him as to whether it is taken further and the MOT thing is also prosecuted.

mumofelise Tue 27-Feb-07 23:15:32

this could be his job for a first offence.

Ellieump Tue 27-Feb-07 23:55:04

stay positive, they may well look at it as not worth the paperwork as the vehicle is proven roadworthy. and they're not all computerised now, depends on the garage and whether or not they have the new system.

tenbygirl Wed 28-Feb-07 14:10:05

Aren't you allowed 14 days grace to get an MOT?

yorkshirelass79 Wed 28-Feb-07 14:13:54

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