Most of us will receive a motoring conviction at some stage in our time on the road. However, a conviction for a road traffic offence can be particularly damaging for new drivers.
If you have been a qualified driver for less than two years you will have your licence revoked if you receive six or more penalty points. As a result, you will be required to retake both your theory and practical tests and reapply for your licence.
Once you have passed, if you have six or more unexpired penalty points on your licence, you will have license revoked if you receive any points within your first two years following qualification.
Our motoring lawyers regularly defend new drivers of all ages and can provide you with expert advice and representation to try and keep you on the road.