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The Road Traffic Referencer strips down the technicalities of the most commonly-encountered road traffic offences to highlight the key information required by participants in the road traffic courts whether they be lawyers, court clerks, magistrates or defendants appearing on their own behalf. With its one offence-per-page format, essential information is available at a glance, including: the common name of an offence, the individual elements of the offence, mode of prosecution, penalties, endorsement, disqualification.
To ease accessibility to this complex subject, there are tables listing endorsable and non-endorsable offences, sections on the intricacies of both the penalty point and disqualification regimes, and the Fixed Penalty Charge Notice System introduced by the Road Traffic Act 1991. The Road Traffic Referencer has retained cross-references to Sweet & Maxwell's Encyclopedia of Road Traffic Law and Practice.