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Are You at Risk of Losing Your Licence? We Defend You Against Totting Up Disqualification.

Protect your driving licence with our expertise. Specialising in totting up and driving penalties, we have a remarkable 95% success rate in saving licences. Trust us to safeguard your driving freedom.

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Totting-Up Disqualification

Once you reach 12 points then the court will impose a mandatory driving disqualification for a minimum of 6 months. This is known as a ‘totting-up’ disqualification. It is therefore possible to face a 6 month ban with only one previous conviction.

If you accumulate 12 points in a period of less than 3 years then the only way of avoiding a driving disqualification is to put forward mitigation to the court and to convince the Magistrates not to disqualify you from driving. The main argument that can be used to try and avoid a ‘totting-up’ ban is known as ‘exceptional hardship’. It is very important that proper evidence of ‘exceptional hardship’ is presented to the court.

Defending Cases With Exceptional Hardship

The threshold for exceptional hardship is very high, that is why It is highly advisable to have a solicitor represent you.

Exceptional hardship essentially means if you were to receive a ban, this would cause great hardship to yourself and a third party such as family members, employees, financial hardship etc.

Examples Of Exceptional Hardship

Examples Of Exceptional Hardship

We specialise in representing clients who are ‘totting up’ to 12 points. We have proven methods to help reduce or completely avoid driving disqualifications for our clients.

Our success rate is 95%.

If you have received a notice of intended prosecution, fixed penalty notice or single justice procedure notice, your process has already begun.

For further information speak to us on 01772 447000 or reach out to us on our 7 day a week WhatsApp helpline 07869760533.

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