Fixed penalty fines to increase

The Government plans to increase the level of fines for the majority of motoring offences

As part of a consultation on motoring offences, the Government plans to introduce higher fines for a range of motoring offences to bring them into line with other, non-motoring fixed penalties. The number of points for offences will remain the same though. The changes are expected to come into force in July.

  • a non-endorsable £30 fixed penalty notice will rise to £50
  • an endorsable £60 and non-endorsable Fixed Penalty Notice will rise to £100
  • an endorsable £120 Fixed Penalty Notice will rise to £200
  • the fixed penalty notice for driving with no insurance will rise from £200 to £300

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