Philip Morris | Specialist Motoring Law Barrister | The Motorist's Lawyer
Philip Morris | Specialist Motoring Law Barrister | The Motorist's Lawyer

New Drivers Need to Know This:


A driver who has passed a driving test and who accumulates six points within the first two years of the passing of their test will have their licence revoked .


In certain deserving cases magistrates will recognise that the imposition of a short discretionary disqualification will be a more appropriate penalty than imposing a number of points. A discretionary disqualification will avoid the imposition of penalty points and therefore once the disqualification has been served will not require the new driver to resit his test, although of course the disqualification will lead to an increase in any insurance premium.

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