What happens if you get caught speeding in a company van?

What happens if you get caught speeding in a company van?

If they’re caught by a speed camera, a notice of intended prosecution (NIP) will probably materialise through the post, addressed to the ‘registered keeper’ which, for most company cars, will be the company’s business address. Or if you lease your vehicles, then it will most likely be sent to the leasing company.

Is speeding in a company vehicle gross misconduct?

7.3 Employees driving for work must never drive faster than conditions safely allow and must obey posted speed limits at all times. Persistent failure to comply with the law will be regarded as a serious matter and gross speeding while driving for work will be regarded as a serious disciplinary matter.

Do company cars get higher fines?

Fines will also be increased for penalty notices in a company name and companies will be fined five times the amount an individual would pay for camera offences. Court fees will also be five times higher for companies if a traffic matter goes to court.

Can a company use a tracker against you?

As far as company vehicle tracking and the law is concerned, the use of such systems is perfectly legal as long as they are used transparently (i.e. with the employee’s knowledge) and with the employee’s consent.

What does fail to nominate mean?

May 22, 2020 Ann Crighton. This is a nasty code to have on your driving record – it can mean that your insurance premium goes through the roof so the fine and 6 points on your driving licence is only the start of the trouble this offence causes.

Do police have to stop you for speeding UK?

Police still have the power to stop and prosecute drivers in person, while offences caught on speed cameras can still be prosecuted through other channels if the police deem them serious enough.

Does Motus track your speed?

There is no tracker. All you do is enter your business miles and your odometer reading. You track your own miles. I used Mile IQ but you can use any method you want.