Vehicles duty of Care Logo CarShopper4me

Vehicles Duty of Care
  • Vehicles Duty of Care - "Safe Drivers and Safe Vehicles for ALL Business Use"

Miscellaneous Driving Licence Offences

Codes and Penalty Points Explained

MS10 MS20 MS30 MS50 MS60 MS70 MS80 MS90

Miscellaneous Driving Licence Offence Codes for traffic offences are shown on your driver's part 2 driving licence along with the amount of time it will remain there. The driver will also see it on the summons they receive from the authorities (Police, Crown Prosecution Service, Courts Etc.).

You as VDOC manager must monitor the driving licences of all drivers on your companies or oranisations business on a regular basis to ensure that your Vehicles Duty of Care in this area does not catch you out!

N.B.When does the Judgment start? Date of the Offence or the Conviction?

Penalty Code

Miscellaneous Offences

Penalty Points


Leaving a vehicle in a dangerous position



Unlawful pillion riding



Play street offences



Motor racing on the highway

3 - 11


Offences not covered by other codes



Driving with uncorrected defective eyesight



Refusing to submit to an eyesight test



Failure to give information as to identity of driver etc


MS 10 20 30 50 60 70 80 90 Penalty points start from:- The date of the Offence

The Penalty points remain on the licence for:- Four (4) Years

Example: Date of offence is 10th January 2010 - the endorsement points must stay on the licence until 10th January 2014

"Totting-up" penalty points

If you build up 12 or more penalty points within a period of three years, you'll be liable to be disqualified under the "totting-up" system. This is shown on your licence as - TT99.

Information on your driving entitlement and endorsements are sent to the courts and police on request.

For every offence which carries penalty points the court has a discretionary power to order the licence holder to be disqualified, fined and imprisoned. This may be for Obligatory or Discretionary periods the court thinks fit under court guidelines - HERE

Road Incidents usually happen miles from the place of work!

Get Local Lawyers who understand Road Traffic Law!

A VDOC Manager must keep current vehicle/driver checklists (including eyesight) and check the licences for all drivers on company business recording all disability issues. Correct licences are as important as the servicing and MOT records kept for all vehicles used on company business! This Video has to be a Miscellaneous Code MS60?

Vehicles Duty of Care - Golden Rules

Drivers are at their most vulnerable immediately following miscellaneous road incidents and therefore it is here that you want to be sure that you have done all that you can to support the driver while protecting the company to make sure that the correct procedures will be followed.

A VDOC manager must be able to prove at all times to both management and the authorities that their driving licence records are up to date and that includes Penalty Points!

Signed for - Written instructions and advice to all drivers of vehicles on company business!

Return to Counterpart Licence from Miscellaneous Offence Codes

[?] Subscribe To This Site

follow us in feedly
Add to My Yahoo!
Add to My MSN
Subscribe with Bloglines

VDOC - Golden Rule

"It is not what you have done but what you can prove you have done!"


This Months Page with a Funny Video Clip

Find 21 Video Clips
Funny, Bizarre & Serious

| Homepage | Disclaimer | Privacy | Site Search | VDOC Blog |

You can link to us here if you wish.

Return to top

AJs Site Designs domain names BlockBuilder 2 Duc K Mailbottle Solutions
Copyright 2008 - 2016 Grumpy Man© MailBottle Solutions