New Drivers, Penalty Points – Revoked Licence

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The law now creates a two year probationary period for newly qualified drivers and commences from the date you pass your driving test.  If you accumulate 6 or more penalty points before the end of the two year period the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) can revoke your licence.  The Court before which you appear is not involved in this revocation as it is carried out by the DVLA.

If you are likely to lose your licence it is important to ensure that your case ( original offence) is adequately prepared and, if necessary, defended to avoid the imposition of those penalty points.

If your licence is revoked, then you will be returned to provisional licence holder status and required to re-sit your driving test.

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