Life in Prison For Causing Death by Dangerous Driving

To stamp down on deaths caused by dangerous driving, the government is considering proposals to send offenders to prison for life.

With average jail times of under four years for drivers causing death by dangerous/careless driving, campaigners have fought long and hard for punishments to be increased – and the government has listened.

Proposals have been put forward to increase the maximum of 14 years in prison up to a life sentence if you cause death while speeding, using a mobile or street racing for example.

TraceyDaniell

Driving Instructor

Orange Driver Training is a new driving school based in Andover. The owner is Tracey Daniell who previously worked for Andover Driving School. Orange Driver Training offers driving lessons to provisional and full licence holders as well as full training for those looking to change their career and become a Government Approved Driving Instructor (ADI).