Will I Get Points for Going through a Red Light?

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You will earn three penalty points and a £60 fine for failing to stop at a red light. Often, a notice of intended prosecution (NIP) will be issued to the owner of the vehicle with the date, time and location of the alleged offence and you will be required to pay within a fortnight.
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