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UK driver banned after faking his address to avoid five speeding fines

A British driver from Rayleigh has been slammed for 6 months for faking his home address and over speeding for 5 times. Most UK motorists who lack expert advice from certified speeding solicitors have continued to face hefty court fines and driving bans. Robin Haque faked his home address in a scheme to avoid speeding tickets but has been fined £1,080 and banned from driving for 6 months. Haque first committed the offence while driving at a high speed of 64mph in a zone recommended for 50mph in Jan 2018, on the A127 at Rayleigh. Shortly after receiving a warning letter and penalty notice, the perpetrator used a false address in East Ham. read more