Ban avoided following Failure to Furnish information allegation

Client review after avoiding a driving ban for failure to furnish information

With an automatic penalty of 6 points, a charge of failing to furnish information (failure to identify the driver following a requirement to do so) could have a drastic impact on your ability to drive. For example, the additional points could put you over the 12-point totting up threshold, leading to a 6 months disqualification from driving.

Thankfully here at Ashworth Motoring Law, we know the most advanced and specialised strategies of dealing with failure to furnish allegations. Such strategies can include mounting specialist defences to the allegation and advancing specific arguments to prevent a driving disqualification.

In Kate’s case, our specialised knowledge of driving laws, combined with the perfect strategy resulted in her avoiding a driving ban which would have otherwise had unimaginable consequences on her life.

Who we are and how we can help you

We are a firm of specialist Solicitors at the hight of our profession who are experts in motoring laws and their associated driving offences. We represent drivers from all over England and Wales who are at risk of losing their driving licence. We pride ourselves on preventing the drastic lifechanging consequences that would otherwise flow from a disqualification from driving.

If you, or someone you know has been accused of committing a driving offence such as failure to furnish information, speeding,  or any other motoring offence, please contact our free advice line on 0330 33 22 770 to speak to a specialist driving offence solicitor today.

Lines are open round the clock. We look forward to helping you.