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Are you asking what the sentence will be?
When you say a country road, I presume you mean a single carriageway A road?
There were no street lights?
It depends whether your actual recorded speed was less or more than 90mph. If it was just under then you fall into the second sentencing bracket. Then the sentence would be either 4-6 points or a ban of between 7 - 28 days. If it is over then it would be either 6 points or a ban of between 7 - 56 days.
I would expect points in either instance unless there was some aggravating feature like a school close by.
There will also be a fine of between 75-125% of your weekly income, costs of £85, a court charge of £180 and the surcharge of roughly 10% of the fine. They will give you time to pay.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Well, those are the guidelines. They can depart from them but they don't often. They have to justify the departure and Magistrates don't generally like to take any risks.
No problem. All the best.
It depends really. It is safer generally to be represented but you won't get legal aid so would have to pay and it does rack up costs. It depends what is more important to you.