Many motorists are disqualified from driving for a minimum of six months for committing a modest number of relatively minor road traffic offences – such as speeding etc.
Under the ‘Totting up’ rules motorists are disqualified for a minimum term of six months if they acquire twelve penalty points or more on their licence within a three year period.
We understand that disqualification from driving for any length of time can be a devastating effect upon your personal life and even your career. However, often we can help our clients to avoid this.
Our lawyers are experienced in delivering persuasive arguments to help try and keep our clients on the road. If you think you may be at risk of a totting up disqualification, then contact us today to find out how we can assist you in keeping your licence.