I am filling out application forms to celebrate no longer being a student. But on application forms it keeps asking if i have and spent or not-spent convictions under the Rehabilitation Act of 1974. Looking up said act shows examples of people being rehabilitated aftre prison sentances, and what i would call major offences.
I have a single speeding conviction, 80 on a motorway is hardly the biggest offence in the book. Im not here to argue about the justification for speeding, there are plenty of other threads around for that. I also understand that a speeding conviction also counts as a criminal record, so assume i must declare it somewhere on the form.
My question is, do i enter it in the box for the above mentioned act, or does it go somewhere else? I don't want to enter it in the box that says i am a serial killer (which is what it sounds like if i do enter under the rehabilitaiton act), because it is only a speeding conviction. I dont want to be losing out by putting it in the wrong place! I think it does go under this act, but seeking clarification really!?