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Failure To Furnish

Failure To Furnish Driver Information Motoring Solicitors

Failing to Furnish information concerning a driver's identity is an MS90 motoring offence. Our Motoring Offence Solicitors at BKP Solicitors, who have years of experience, can help you present a comprehensive defence that can minimise or eliminate any MS90 convictions you may be facing.

We have a team of experienced solicitors who are ready to guide you through the process, from initial interviews through the court if necessary. Our goal is to give you the best possible defence, and we are available to support you 24/7.

Call us using the number at the top of this page or fill in the contact form and someone will get in touch to discuss your Failure to Furnish case with our team of highly trained solicitors.

Why Bkp Solicitors?

Our team has been assisting people with potential punishment for Failure to Furnish for many years. We have an in depth knowledge of the law surrounding Motoring Offences and we know exactly what needs to be done to help you. We pride ourselves on providing both excellent service and giving the best possible defence.

Our Failure to Furnish Solicitors specialise in defending a variety of motoring offences and have a proven track record of success. We are here to fight on your behalf.

What Is Failure To Furnish?

Due to the prevalence of traffic cameras, law enforcement may not know who was driving during a driving offence. In such cases, a Notice of Intended Prosecution will be sent to the vehicle's owner requesting full information about the driver.

Failing to do this can result in an MS90 conviction which can often incur harsher penalties than the offence itself.

Most commonly a driver may receive a MS90 conviction if he or she:

  • Does not reply within 28 days
  • Does reply but does not correctly identify the driver

What Is Failing To Furnish Identification?

Failing to furnish the identification of the driver of an alleged motoring offence comes under Section 172 of the Road Traffic Act and falls into two main groups:

  • Failing to furnish the information at all
  • Failing to provide sufficient details of the driver

If you have changed address you may not even be aware of the Notice or even the MS90 conviction if you have moved from the registered address.

What Is The Penalty For Failure To Furnish?

If found Guilty of Failure to Furnish, you will be convicted with a MS90 Conviction.

Failure to provide driver information is serious and fines are large. The penalties are as follows:

  • For individuals: the penalty for an MS90 offence is a fine of up to £1,000 and either six penalty points or a disqualification.
  • For a company: if the vehicle is owned by a company and the driver details are not provided by the business, the company directors may be required to provide the driver details. Again, a fine of up to £1000 would apply but there would be no penalty points.

We have an expert team of Driving Offence Solicitors who can listen to your case and advise you on the best way to proceed.
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