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A75 Speeding Motorbikes

Scottish Driving Law is a law firm.  We specialise in A75 speeding motorbikes.  The A75 is particularly busy.  It gets all the UK’s ferry traffic passing into Northern Ireland.   It is also a haven for motorcylists enjoying the some of the most beautiful country in the UK.  Dumfries and Galloway police are the most vigilant in Scotland.  The are renowned for enthusiastic speed enforcement and are keen on A75 speeding motor

bikes.  The local police are aware of ferry timetables and know from long experience when to expect A75 speeding motorcyclists and other ferry traffic rushing to make the boat.

Most motorbike users, however, are on the A75 to enjoy the ride.  Dumfries & Galloway has outstanding roads to enjoy and excellent bikers’ facilities.  There are dedicated local businesses serving the needs of bikers.  See for example, the Buccleuch Arms Hotel in Moffat, a local Mecca for motorcyclists, with designated secure off road bike storage.  For great motorcycle routes, visit

A75 Speeding Motorbikes: the dangers

The A75 is an accident black-spot.  If you are stopped by the police for any offence, please be in touch.  We have vast experience of all road policing matters and will be happy to offer a free consultation to motorcyclists calling for legal advice.

Classic errors include overtaking across continuous white lines, or allowing your speed to creep up on the long downhill straights.  There are dual carriageway sections to allow overtaking but these are too infrequent to be practical: long queues of ferry traffic, led by HGVs, create huge tail backs which can cause considerable frustration. The police are well aware of the speed spots and monitor them carefully.

If you require legal advice, do be in touch.

Previous Client’s Views: A75 Speeding Motorbikes

Some of our clients have been kind enough to offer feedback on our services.  A snapshot is shown below.

“I found myself at Castle Douglas with an hour to get to the ferry, and got stopped by the police near Gatehouse of Fleet doing 88mph.  I knew I was in difficulty with my licence from the moment I saw the police at the side of the road.  I called Scottish Driving Law and Joe called me back.  Excellent result – driving licence saved.  I’m very grateful.” R Dalgleish, Glasgow, Kirkcudbright JP Court

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