Speeding fine calculator

How much would you have to pay?

Changes in sentencing guidelines mean that there are tougher penalties for drivers going at excessive speeds.

The minimum fine is still £100 and three points on your licence. But for more serious offences, you could be fined up to 175% of your weekly income.

Our speeding fine calculator should help you get a better idea about what these fines are likely to be. Enter your annual salary, select a speed limit and a driving speed and you'll see what the likely penalty would be.

These figures represent the typical fines for each band (A, B and C). Serious offences and mitigating circumstances could raise or lower the fine within that band.

Also, the maximum possible fine for speeding is £1,000 on normal roads, and £2,500 on motorways.

 

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