Motoring Law Consultation

Motoring Law Consultation (45 minutes)
Likely fee – £144 inc. VAT (no Admin Fee) but depends on the specific amount of work involved

Your first conversation with us is free but you might benefit from a more detailed consultation with one of our Motoring Law Experts. This might be of particular use if you have received a Notice of Intended Prosecution or a ‘Plead Guilty by Post’ form. Alternatively, you might want to challenge the offence and we can provide you with advice to try and avoid attending court.

We can provide this consultation at one of our offices or over the telephone. To get the most from this process, it might help if you send us certain documents before the consultation.

If you decide to instruct us for further work after the consultation, this fee will be deducted from our final cost. So, as an example, if you paid £144 for the Consultation and then wanted us to do a Letter of Representations agreed at a cost of £516 (including VAT and the £36 Admin Fee) you would have a balance of £372 to pay.

Fee includes:

  • Attendance of up to 45 minutes either in person or on the phone
  • Considering the documentation provided by you
  • Providing you with advice on your options

Fee does not include:

  • Representation at court
  • Written representations
  • Formal written advice
  • Disbursements (mileage, parking, court fees, expert reports etc)

Please visit Our Team page to learn more about the expertise and qualifications of our Motoring Law team.

If you would like further information about our fees or to discuss whether we might be able to help you, please call us on now 0333 016 3333 or submit a contact form by clicking here.

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