Drunk Driving – Consequences if Caught Speeding Under the Influence of Alcohol
In recent years, one of the major reasons for road traffic accidents has been instances of Drunk driving. There are cases of rash and careless driving to situations where a driver has lost the control of his vehicle owing to a heavy influence of alcohol in system. In a bid to control the effects of such physical conditions there is a careful monitoring of all motorists and vehicle drivers on road traffic systems. Anyone who is caught speeding consistently or even suddenly will be monitored for signs of rash driving. There are patrolling officers of police departments who will impose various kinds of penalties to a driver who is caught speeding at different levels.
If you are Caught speeding there are different kinds of penalties that can be expected. There are fixed penalty points given in some cases along with a fine amount. The amount of fine will vary from case to case especially with the level of speeding that one is caught with; in some cases of high speeding an immediate and on the spot ban is also possible in addition to a fine amount which can be considerably high. Speaking of penalty points there is a serious implication of these if a driver is consistently picking them to his credit. There will be a higher penalty point given when one is caught speeding in a case of drunk driving thus making it a grievous offence. The accumulation of penalty points can also lead to a ban on driving ranging from 7 days to 126 days.
It may be noted for the convenience of all those who drive their personal vehicles that each region and various roads of your city is graded with certain speed limits. Anyone who drives beyond that designated limit will be caught speeding and liable to face charges depending on their speeding limits and damages caused if any. Legal procedures will also be booked with court procedures if a person is booked under a case of drunk driving.
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