'If you reach 6 or more penalty points within two years of passing your driving test the DVLA will revoke your driving licence’. - Road Traffic (New Drivers) Act 1995.
What does a revocation from driving mean?
If your driving licence is revoked having accumulated 6 or more points within the first two years of passing your test you will not be permitted to drive again until you have re sat both parts of your driving test.
If I accept a Fixed penalty notice leading to 6 points will my driving licence be revoked?
Yes, if you accept a fixed penalty notice leading to 6 penalty points on your licence within the first two years of driving your driving licence will be revoked automatically.
What is the difference between a revocation & disqualification from driving?
A disqualification is for a fixed period of time whereas a revocation is until you have successfully re passed your theory and practical driving test..
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