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National Motorway Awareness Course

The National Motorway Awareness Course (NMAC) course is an alternative to a fine and penalty points for drivers caught speeding on a motorway with a variable speed limit.

If you have been offered a place by the police, you can book online:


Course details

The course costs £90 which is payable by debit or credit card at the time of booking. Cash payments are only accepted by booking at the LRSP offices in Lincoln during normal office hours.

Courses are available at the following venues:

  • Lincoln - Witham House, First Floor, The Pelham Centre, Canwick Road, LN5 8HE

View further venue information and parking guidance.

These courses run from 8.30am to 12.15pm. Refreshments are available to purchase but food is not permitted in the training rooms.

Every effort will be made to accommodate any special requirements providing you have informed us at the time of booking (eg breastfeeding facilities, taking medication etc).

If you are unable to book online, call 01522 805940 between 8am and 5pm, Monday to Thursday, and 8am to 4.30pm on Friday.

If you do not wish to attend a course in Lincolnshire, refer to the list of providers enclosed within your paperwork from the police.

Course requirements

  • You must register 15 minutes before the start time. Late arrivals will not be admitted.
  • You must bring a valid photocard driving licence or your paper licence with another form of photographic ID (see terms and conditions for the list of acceptable IDs)
  • If you have notified us that you are bringing an interpreter, this must be the person named on the booking. They must bring photo ID and be aged 16 or over.

If you fail to produce the required documentation, you will not be admitted and a rearrangement fee will apply (see below), subject to the police deadline for completion and availability.

If you cannot provide a valid driving licence/photographic ID, contact Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership on 01522 805800 for advice

Further information

You may not be required to declare your attendance to your insurance company but it is your responsibility to ensure you comply with their requirements.

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Last updated: 20 October 2017

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