How much could you be fined for these common driving offences?
Did you know it’s an offence to splash a pedestrian while driving? Or to warn another driver about a speed trap?
Maybe, maybe not. But around one in six drivers admit that they’re unsure whether many offences are illegal or just a faux pas.
And it’s this confusion that leads many UK motorists to getting a fine for an offence they didn’t even know existed. Use our calculator to see what the fines are.
It’s worth noting that not all of these are offences in their own right but are contributing factors under offences such as ‘driving without due care and attention’. This usually happens if you’re stopped by the police or are involved in an accident.
covers you if you use your car for work, including travelling between offices or across the country.