Speeding fine calculator

The latest speeding fines and laws explained

In 2017, speeding laws were changed to make sentencing tougher on offending drivers.

The minimum speeding fine is £100 and three penalty points on your licence. But for more serious offences, you could be fined up to 175% of your weekly income. If you build up 12 or more penalty points within a period of 3 years you could be disqualified from driving.

This 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.

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

The figures below 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.

Speed limit (mph) Speed for Band C fine Speed for Band B fine Speed for Band A fine
  125-175% of weekly income 75-125% of weekly income 25-75% of weekly income
20 41+ 31-40 21-30
30 51+ 41-50 31-40
40 66+ 56-65 41-55
50 76+ 66+75 51-65
60 91+ 81-90 61-80
70 101+ 91-100 71-90

 Points / disqualification

Disqualification for
7-56 days or 6 points
on your license
Disqualification for
7-28 days or 4-6 points
on your license
3 points on your license

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