UK Driving Offence Codes & Penalty Points
BA10: Driving while disqualified by order of Court. Six points.
CD20: Driving without reasonable consideration for other road users. Three to nine points.
CD40: Causing death through careless driving when unfit through drink. Three to 11 points.
CD80: Causing death by careless, or inconsiderate, driving. Three to 11 points.
Construction & Use Offences
CU30: Using a vehicle with defective tyre(s). Three points.
CU80: Using a mobile phone while driving a motor vehicle. Six points.
Drink or Drugs
DR10: Driving or attempting to drive with alcohol level above limit. Three to 11 points.
DR60: Failure to provide a specimen for analysis in circumstances other than driving or attempting to drive. 10 points.
IN10: Using a vehicle uninsured against third party risks. Six to eight points.
MS90: Failure to give information as to identity of driver. Six points.
SP10: Exceeding goods vehicle speed limits. Three to six points.
SP 30: Exceeding statutory speed limit on a public road. Three to six points.
SP 50: Exceeding speed limit on a motorway. Three to six points.
Traffic Direction & Signs
TS 10: Failing to comply with traffic light signals. Three points.
TS50: Failing to comply with traffic sign (excluding stop signs, traffic lights or double white lines). Three points.
TT99: Signifies disqualification under 'totting-up' procedure. i.e. the driver has been disqualified due to reaching 12 or more penalty points within a three year period.
Motoring offence penalty points are endorsed on your driving licence on a scale from one to 11, depending on the nature of the offence. The points remain on your DVLA driver record for anywhere between four to 11 years, with each individual offence categorised under a specific code number.
Call us for a free consultation and we'll be happy to help you.
Call our Motoring & Driving Offence Solicitors on freephone 0161 830 9646 or contact us online.
Slater and Gordon Lawyers is one of the UK's largest and well known law firms with offices in London, Manchester, Watford, Liverpool, Chester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Milton Keynes, Preston, Wakefield and Wrexham.