Entries by Charlotte de Rosnay

New laws for flying drones

Drones – you’ve no doubt heard of them and you may have even flown one. Evolving drone technology makes it a big business with better, faster, clever models being released into the market all the time.   So what’s the problem? As the technology becomes more available there has been an increase year on year […]

Motoring News We recently wrote a blog about new driving laws that have come into force or are due to in 2018. Learner drivers From June 2018 learner drivers have been able to drive on the motorway. Instructors are encouraged to give their pupils some motorway training to prepare them. Have you encountered any yet? […]

New Motoring Laws for 2018

New Motoring Laws for 2018 We recently posted about learner drivers being allowed to drive on motorways during their lessons. But what other motoring rules and regulations are coming into force in 2018?   New Mot Rules In a recent article we explained the new rules governing the MOT test coming into force this May. […]

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Another success for Charlotte de Rosnay

Charlotte de Rosnay recently had another success at Oxford Magistrates Court with an exceptional hardship hearing. Her client had totted up to 12 points on his licence and was facing possible disqualification. However, after gathering documentation and presenting the evidence to the Court, the Magistrates found that her client did indeed have a case for […]

The MOT Test is Changing

This year the MOT test is changing. The Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is  making the changes that will come into force on the 20th May 2018 and an updated inspection manual will be introduced for all MOT testers across the UK. The test is changing to bring it into line with an EU […]