Note that there have been challenges in a judicial review in Regina (RoadPeace Ltd) v Secretary of State for Transport  1 W.L.R. 1293. Firstly, because the 2003 agreement does not provide for it and therefore the agreements do not act retroactively, the absence of this pre-2017 was a violation of the Union`s principle of equivalence. The High Court rejected it and said: “This is a long-standing process in which, as far as I know, there have been no complaints from the European Commission; Nor have I seen any evidence of any real problems encountered by minors or protected plaintiffs in obtaining satisfactory rewards under the UtDA, which would not have been found in a cpr right against an insured driver” (). The second complaint was that the provision did not provide protection equivalent to that provided by cpr (Civil Procedure Rules 1998/3132) Part 2.1, which provides for the requirement of a citizen in litigation and the obligation for a lawyer to write about the appropriateness of an arbitration award. This was again rejected because of the differences between the UtDA and the Cpr, for example by finding that “if one compares a claim for an unidentified driver to a right to an identified insured driver who would be subject to the Cpr, the differences are quite significant” . The same insurer may then be required, as an insurer under Section 75, to comply with all elements of a civil judgment arising from a third-party right during the initial term of the insurance – as an agent of the Motor insurers` Bureau (MIB) under the uninsured drivers` contract and in accordance with Article 75 of the MIB statutes. The MIB will normally retain such an insurer as an insurer under Section 75. However, a section 75 insurer (which has successfully obtained a statutory declaration) can avoid paying third-party debts – usually expenses of third-party insurers. It is important to review EU legislation because of possible changes that could lead to the UK`s withdrawal from EU jurisdiction. It is worth repeating that the UK is subject to EU law until the end of the Brexit transition is somewhat cancelled – early 2021.
In its sixth Consolidated Directive105, which provides for high coverage under Article 10, which is required by the compensation body, the EU regulates highly unsecured and untraceable vehicles. Where possible restrictions on national law are involved, there are a number of mechanisms that can be used. Firstly, in the light of EU law106, to give a direct vertical effect to EU law against the State or its emanation107 or thirdly, If the Member State does not respect the EU to sue the State for infringement (as happened in Delaney)108 However, this is not a comprehensive remedy, since the State`s remedy requires, among other things, a “sufficiently serious violation” of EU law.109 In addition, the interpretation of the agreements has posed problems with respect to EU law.