Probationer drivers

When people pass their driving test, they feel a sense of freedom, able to drive anywhere they want to without supervision and enjoying that wide open road that is before them. But, remember, that there are special rules for those people who have just passed their test.

Having passed your test, should you acquire 6 penalty points on your licence in the first two years having passed your driving test, then your licence will be revoked by the DVLA.

What does “revoked” mean?

Having your license revoked does not mean you are banned from driving, however, it does mean you revert back to having a provisional driving licence and must take your driving test again.

That means you will have to reapply the L plates and ensure that you are supervised whilst driving.

Should you continue to drive and ignore the revocation, it will mean that you would be committing further offences of “ driving otherwise in accordance with a licence” and “ driving without insurance” both of which are endorseable offences.

What are your options?

Call James Murray Solicitors on 0151 933 3333.

We specialise in representing clients who are desperate to avoid having to re take their driving licence.

There are loopholes within the law that allow an experienced advocate to try and persuade a court not to endorse penalty points which, in turn, could cause you to find your licence is revoked, should those points be endorsed.

Over the years we have helped so many young drivers retain their driving licences, offering all probationer drivers, seeking to try and avoid a revocation, a fixed fee agreement and payment plan options.

Is it worth it?

If your license is revoked, as well as the expense and inconvenience of retaking your test your insurance premiums will also increase massively.

Check how your would be affected, then call James Murray Solicitors on 0151 933 3333

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