Hughes Guides is closing and the e-Guide will no longer be available in however a printed book by the author is now available on Amazon UK - see below.
Hughes e-Guides to Law
Traffic Law (England & Wales)
|Traffic Law (Scotland)
|Criminal Law (England & Wales)
|No longer updated
The printed book 'Traffic Law in England, Wales and Scotland' by K.Mark Hughes is now available on Amazon.co.uk in paperback and hardback with black and white or colour versions.
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A comprehensive but easy to use guide to road traffic law in Great Britain.
Written in plain english the guide covers the wide range of traffic law related topics which form the basis of the course which all roads policing officers undergo as part of their specialised training. The 36 chapters cover subjects as diverse as abnormal loads, driving licences, driver's hours, manner of driving, speed limits, signs, pedestrian crossings and much more.
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As always we have done our best to ensure the accuracy of the information provided. However it is not offered as an exhaustive statement of law. Our opinion is not offered as professional legal advice and is subject to interpretation by the courts. Legislation is kept as up to date as we are able. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information provided on any external site to which the guide links. Before acting on any such information the original printed copy published by the issuing body, authority or legislature should be consulted. Hughes Guides Limited excludes all liability for actions taken, or not taken, in reliance on material contained in or attached to this publication.
Particular care should be taken when relying on media reports. Both the media and governments often fail to distinguish between what is law and what is guidance.