Speeding Fine Calculator UK
|Speed Limit (MPH)||Band C Fine|
125-175% of weekly income
|Band B Fine|
75-125% of weekly income
|Band A Fine|
25-75% of weekly income
|Points / disqualification||Disqualification for|
7-56 days or 6 points
on your licence
7-28 days or 4-6 points
on your licence
|3 points on your licence|
* The maximum fine is £1,000 for non–motorway offences, and up to £2,500 for motorway offences.
Speeding Fine Calculator - 3 Steps How it Works
Your annual salary is divided by 52 to compute a weekly salary, if you only know your weekly salary then multiply that by 52 to arrive at an annual salary.
The fines are based on the severity of the speeding offence and is broken into 4 bands, A ,B, C and D
The fines fall into a range, example 25% to 75% of weekly salary the Calculator will generate the fine at the midpoint of the range, which would be 50% in this example.
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Did you know? Applying The 10% over the limit plus 2 additional mile rule is completely at the police officer’s discretion
Does your insurance go up if you get caught speeding?
Your insurance will most likely increase if you are a serious speeding offender, or you are a repeat offender. Insurance providers see excessive points as additional risk, and they will likely increase your premiums to offset this additional risk. If you are in this position, you will need to search for
Speeding UK FAQ's
The minimum speeding fine in the UK is £100 plus 3 penalty points. This is the Fixed Penalty Notice as of 2022. The points will be added to your licence and if you build up 12 or more within any 3-month period you may be disqualified from driving
35 MPH or more will receive a speeding fine penalty. The rules are 10% over the limit plus 2 additional miles, so in a 30mph zone that works out at :
** Please note : This is a recommendation by the National Police Chiefs and is not the law.
If you are caught speeding over 100mph, you will be referred to court. The court have the discretion to apply a driving ban or 6 points on your driving licence.
Instant bans are issued in most cases if you exceed the speed limit by 45%, for example, doing 43.5mph or above in a 30mph zone.