As a new driver, receiving 6 or more penalty points on your licence within the first 2 years means your licence will automatically be revoked by the DVLA. It means you'll have to reapply for your provisional driving licence, retake your theory test, and pass your driving test again. So it's important to speak to one of our expert solicitors for motoring offences straight away to help you avoid the lengthy and expensive process of getting your licence back.
Our motoring solicitors understand that having your licence revoked as a new driver has a huge impact on your life. We also understand the long-term impact on insurance premiums due to the 6 or more penalty points staying on your licence. So we'll give you honest advice on how to defend your case for the best possible outcome.
Our solicitors for motoring offences can help you build a defence for the following new driver charges:
As with any motoring offences, we can build a case to try to prove your innocence and prevent the endorsement on your licence. We'll discuss your individual circumstances with you and help decide whether that is the best option in your case.
It is possible in some cases for the courts issue you with you an alternative penalty, such as a ban and a fine. Whilst you would still be unable to drive your vehicle for a period of time, the wider impact on your life could be less severe when compared to be a new driver and having your licence revoked.