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Speeding offence

I recently got a speeding offence for doing 38 in a 30. I’ve also recently applied to unis and am waiting on some offers. Do i declare this to them? I’m 18 and have been driving around 3 months. Also, what will be the likely outcome? I would like to do the speeding course if possible.
I’m also waiting on some competitive universities like UCL and KCL, will they care?
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If you're caught speeding as a new driver, you can still expect a minimum of 3 penalty points on your licence. However, if you build up more than 6 penalty points within 2 years of passing your driving test, your driving licence will be withdrawn.
Original post by rbnwbl
I recently got a speeding offence for doing 38 in a 30. I’ve also recently applied to unis and am waiting on some offers. Do i declare this to them? I’m 18 and have been driving around 3 months. Also, what will be the likely outcome? I would like to do the speeding course if possible.
I’m also waiting on some competitive universities like UCL and KCL, will they care?


You don't need to inform universities about speeding offences.

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