The scariest thing about driving is trusting that other road users are being responsible. But, unfortunately, this isn’t always the case, as dangerous driving charges are common in the UK. In most cases, this type of offence results in other road users having to brake or change lanes. However, in more severe cases, it can result in serious injuries and even death.
In 2020/2021 in England and Wales, 568 deaths came from dangerous driving offences alone.
But what counts as dangerous driving, and how does it differ from careless driving? Our driving offence solicitors outline everything you need to know in this recent article.
For more information, please visit our driving offence page or contact our solicitors directly on 01273 726951.
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