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Guide to Traffic Law - England & Wales

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Our eGuide to Traffic Law in England & Wales contains a comprehensive range of traffic law related topics which are easy to use and navigate and contains a wide range of topics applicable to England and Wales.

National Offence Codes and Driving Licence Endorsement Codes are included alongside the offences within the body of the text for quick reference.


The guide is tried and tested and is in everyday use throughout the UK by police officers, transport companies, DVSA inspectors, the armed forces, solicitors, barristers, magistrates, driving instructors and others with an interest in road traffic law.

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Guide to Traffic Law - Scotland

Guide to Traffic Law (Scotland)

Our Guide to Traffic Law in Scotland contains a comprehensive range of traffic law related topics which are easy to use and navigate and contains a wide range of topics applicable to Scotland.


Scottish National Offence Codes, Conditional Offer Codes and Driving Licence Endorsement Codes are included in the body of the text for quick reference.

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