FIXED PENALTY OFFENCES

Below is a list of offences to which fixed penalty notices apply:-

Offences under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (c. 27)

RTRA section 5(1) Using a vehicle in contravention of a traffic regulation order outside
Greater London.
RTRA section 8(1) Breach of traffic regulation order in Greater London.
RTRA section 11 Breach of experimental traffic order.
RTRA section 13 Breach of experimental traffic scheme regulations in Greater London.
RTRA section 16(1) Using a vehicle in contravention of temporary prohibition or restriction
of traffic in case of execution of works, etc.
RTRA section 17(4) Wrongful use of special road.
RTRA section 18(3) Using a vehicle in contravention of provision for one-way traffic on
trunk road.
RTRA section 20(5) Driving a vehicle in contravention of order prohibiting or restricting
driving vehicles on certain classes of roads.
RTRA section 25(5) Breach of pedestrian crossing regulations, except an offence in respect
of a moving motor vehicle other than a contravention of regulations 23, 24, 25
and26 of the Zebra, Pelican and Puffin Pedestrian Crossings Regulations and
General Directions 1997
RTRA section 29(3) Using a vehicle in contravention of a street playground order
   
RTRA secti on35A(1) Breach of an order regulating the use, etc., of a parking place provided
by a local authority, but only where the offence is committed in relation to a
parking place provided on a road.
RTRA section 47(1) Breach of a provision of a parking place designation order and other
offences committed in relation to a parking place designated by such an order,
except any offence of failing to pay an excess charge within the meaning of
section 46.
RTRA section 53(5) Using vehicle in contravention of any provision of a parking place
designation order having effect by virtue of section 53(1)(a) (inclusion of
certain traffic regulation provisions).
RTRA section 53(6) Breach of a provision of a parking place designation order having effect
by virtue of section 53(1)(b) (use of any part of a road for parking without
charge).
RTRA section 88(7) Driving a motor vehicle in contravention of an order imposing a minimum
speed limit under section 88(1)(b).
RTRA section 89(1) Speeding offences under RTRA and other Acts.

Offences under the Road Traffic Act 1988 (c. 52)

RTA section 14 Breach of regulations requiring wearing of seat belts.
RTA section 15(2) Breach of restriction on carrying children in the front of vehicles.
RTA section 15(4) Breach of restriction on carrying children in the rear of vehicles.
RTA section 16 Breach of regulations relating to protective headgear for motor cycle
drivers and passengers.
RTA section 19 Parking a heavy commercial vehicle on verge or footway.
RTA section 22 Leaving vehicle in dangerous position.
RTA section 23 Unlawful carrying of passengers on motor cycles.
RTA section 24 Carrying more than one person on a pedal cycle.
RTA section 34 Driving mechanically propelled vehicle elsewhere than on
a road.
RTA section 35 Failure to comply with traffic directions.
RTA section 36 Failure to comply with traffic signs.
RTA section 40A Using vehicle in dangerous condition etc.
RTA section 41A Breach of requirement as to brakes, steering-gear or tyres.
RTA section 41B Breach of requirement as to weight: goods and passenger vehicles.
RTA sec tion 41D Breach of requirement as to mobile phone use and proper control
RTA section 42 Breach of other construction and use requirements
RTA section 87(1) Driving vehicle otherwise than in accordance with
requisite licence.
RTA section 163 Failure to stop vehicle on being so required by constable
RTA section 3 Driving without Due care and attention or inconsiderate driving (July
2013)

Offences under the Vehicle Excise and Registration Act 1994 (c. 22)

Section 33 of the Vehicle Excise and Registration Act 1994. Using or keeping a vehicle on a public road without vehicle licence,
trade licence or nil licence being exhibited in manner prescribed by
regulations.
Section 42 of that Act. Driving or keeping a vehicle without required registration mark.
Section 43 of that Act. Driving or keeping a vehicle with registration mark obscured etc.
Section 59 of that Act Failure to fix a prescribed registration mark to a vehicle in accordance
with regulations made under section 23(4)(a) of that Act.
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