Hadi Law


Providing honest and affordable advice, representation, and legal services to clients nationwide.

Driving without a valid licence can lead to serious fines and even your insurance being invalidated. If you are caught driving without a licence, it is crucial to get expert legal advice immediately. As one of the busiest and most successful Motoring Offence Solicitors in the UK, Hadi Law Solicitors have over 30 years’ experience defending clients who have been caught driving without a licence. As a team, we have a 95% success rate in advising and representing clients who have been charged with motoring offences.

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“I was recommended Hadi Law Solicitors by a friend who had previous experience with the firm. Start to finish the service was faultless and I want to give a big mention how professional Bilal was with my case. I got the result I wanted thanks to Hadi Law Solicitors and for that, I would recommend them to anyone who's in need of legal consultation in motor offence cases.”

Our team of expert Motoring Law Solicitors are scrupulously honest with clients about what they can expect regarding the outcome of their case. If, given the circumstances of the case, it is in your best interests to plead guilty and/or pay the fine, we will tell you so. But should a credible defence exist, we will do everything possible to achieve the best outcome for you.

Please call us for an initial consultation on 01772 447000 or request a callback.

Do I have to have a licence to drive a motor vehicle?

Yes, it is a legal requirement for anyone operating a motor vehicle on public roads to hold a valid licence that corresponds to the type of vehicle they are driving. For example, you cannot legally drive an HGV if you only have a licence to drive an ordinary car.

What are the reasons for driving without a licence?

One of the primary reasons a person may drive without a licence is a lack of understanding or awareness of the law. In some cases, inexperienced drivers may not be fully informed about the licensing process or may assume that their learner's permit or provisional licence is sufficient to operate a vehicle independently. However, ignorance of the law is not a valid excuse.

Another common reason for driving without a licence is the driver has been disqualified from driving or their licence has expired without them noticing. Furthermore, there are instances where people who have never held a valid driver's licence decide to drive, often due to the necessity of commuting to work, attending to family responsibilities, or a lack of access to alternative transportation options. While their intentions may be understandable, they are still a criminal offence.

What are the penalties for driving without a licence?

The penalty for not having an appropriate driving licence on you ranges from and on-the-spot fine to six months imprisonment, community service orders, or having your car impounded.

Not having a licence could also invalidate your car’s insurance. This could result in a £300 fine and six points on your driving record.

Why choose us?

Few Motoring Offence Solicitors have our commitment when it comes to providing honest and affordable advice, representation, and legal services. This is evidenced by our reviews and the amount of work we receive from word-of-mouth referrals.

Being caught driving without a licence can be incredibly frightening, especially if you have never previously committed a road traffic offence. We will take much of the stress and worry off your shoulders by providing advice you can rely on, representing you if the matter goes to court, and providing compassionate support.

For further information speak to us on 01772 447000 or reach out to us on our seven day a week WhatsApp helpline 07869760533.

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