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    Adrian Flux - Roadhalo

    Hi all,


    Just a quick note to let you all know about a new product Adrian Flux Insurance is now offering – it’s called “Roadhalo”. It costs just £19.99 and provides expert legal assistance and advice in the event of you being prosecuted of a driving conviction. For lesser driving offences, the team of specialist solicitors will help you through the conviction process and advise you if there is a course available rather than points and fine.


    The legal team behind “Roadhalo” have a proven record of reducing the severity of your punishment if there are mitigating circumstances. You also get representation in court up to £25,000 in a worst case scenario. It covers you in any car you are driving and you can buy it on its own or as an extra to your motor insurance policy through Adrian Flux.


    You may have read similar stories in the papers where celebrities and sportsmen were able to successfully contest certain motoring offences, this is no longer a service just for the rich and famous.


    Regards

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    Don't need a specialist solicitor to tell you there are NO speed awareness course instead of a fine and points in Scotland...... it's a devolved policy and Police Scotland don't offer the choice. Best just drive correctly then :thumbsup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniComic View Post
    Don't need a specialist solicitor to tell you there are NO speed awareness course instead of a fine and points in Scotland...... it's a devolved policy and Police Scotland don't offer the choice. Best just drive correctly then :thumbsup:
    I found that one out the hard way... in the classic mini no less :(

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