For two years after they pass their driving test drivers are 'probationer drivers'. The standards expected of probationers are very high; you receive no allowance for the fact that you have only just passed your driving test. If you commit a speeding offence or other motoring offence as a probationer you need expert legal assistance to help you keep your licence.
Yes. A first motoring offence can lead to you losing your licence. If you receive six penalty points within the two year probationary period or a ban of over fifty-six days, your driving licence is automatically revoked.
If your licence is revoked you are in the same position that you were before you started learning to drive. You will have to retake all parts of your driving test including the theory and the practical driving lesson. This will mean loss of time and the enormous inconvenience of losing your form of transport (and possibly your job).
We have a specialist motoring offences legal team that have many years' experience helping probationer drivers to keep their licence. We will work with you to reduce the amount of penalty points to avoid a revocation of your driving licence wherever possible. We have achieved excellent results for many of our clients.
We offer fixed fee representation so you know exactly how much it will cost to have a professional stand up in court and present your case in the best way possible. We are regularly told that the certainty of our fixed price scheme saves many sleepless nights worrying about how you might represent yourself and the consequences of losing your licence.
Although we are based in Surrey and Sussex we accept instructions regularly across England and Wales. We can take full instructions over the telephone if we cannot meet with you and we have expert motoring barristers across the country ready to represent you at court (even at short notice).
Call us on (Haywards Heath) 01444 411333 or (Redhill) 01737 761004 now for a free, no obligation opinion and discussion. or complete our online Enquiry Form.