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You have to be served with a notice of intended prosecution within 14 days of the alleged offence. Once you have received that notice, if you do get it, they then have six months to issue proceedings with a view to prosecuting you.
You would be charged with failure to comply with traffic signs. It would carry three points and a fine although it could be dealt with by way of fixed penalty.
However, depending on where you live, you may escape the penalty as you will read here
because many forces are taking a more relaxed attitude depending on the nature of the offence.
There is a possibility of driving without due care and attention all without reasonable consideration for other users which could attract more points but based upon the circumstances, it seems unlikely.
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