We are Specialist Solicitors in Representing New Drivers and Avoiding Revocation
At Caddick Davies Solicitors we have successfully defended and avoided the driving licence revocation of many new drivers, who have found themselves facing revocation owing to their accumulation of 6 or more penalty points.
Under the New Driver Provisions, a person is a new driver until two years have passed since they passed a relevant driving test, whether it be a full car or full motorcycle test and if during that time 6 or more points are accumulated the DVLA will revoke the driving licence.
If you accumulate 6 or more points during these first two years, your licence will be revoked by the DVLA.
If you are a new driver and find yourself at risk of having your driving licence revoked, please contact us for advice and a no obligation consultation on how we can help you.
Below you will find helpful information on New Driver Law, How We Can Help and Commonly Asked Questions.