We’re here to help keep you on the road…

We’re here
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Keep Me On The Road Motoring Solicitors Nottingham

Keep Me On The Road Motoring Solicitors

“…sets the benchmark nationally for advice in all areas of Road Transport…” UK Legal 500

For advice on any motoring, driving offence (such as drink driving) or Transport related legal problem we are the motoring solicitors who can help.

Keep Me On The Road’ is the collective name for the Road Traffic Law and Motoring solicitors at Rothera Sharp Solicitors. We’re based in Nottingham but operate throughout the Midlands, including Derby, Mansfield, Leicester, Lincoln, Birmingham and beyond.

Drink driving solicitors, speeding offence solicitors and other motoring offences

If you have an NIP for a speeding offence, a summons for traffic offences or are charged with drink-driving, we are specialist motorist defence solicitors who can help.

If you are a commercial operator, or professional driver needing advice or representation at court our lawyers have the expertise to help. As motoring solicitors we can help with Goods and Passenger Services vehicle public inquiries, DVSA investigation or international transport legal problems.

As experts in Road Transport Law, Keep Me On The Road motoring solicitors have a wealth of experience in defending speeding, drink driving and totting disqualifications and we represent clients’ nationwide and not just in Nottingham, giving expert legal advice and representation at court.

We have been serving the Road Transport industry for over fifty years and we possess a clear understanding of the problems affecting goods and passenger transport operators and drivers. Our expertise in acting for clients called to public inquiry and by summons to court is second to none.

Specialist sections of the law, such as abnormal loads, livestock haulage, vehicle seizures, international carriage and clandestine entrants and waste transport are all catered for, to name but a few.