Totting up 12 Points
Where a person reaches 12 penalty points they will be eligible for disqualification from driving under the ‘totting’ provisions. This usually means that the driver will be banned from driving for a minimum period of 6 months. This is known as a ‘totting’ up driving disqualification.
If you find yourself in this position, #1 Motoring Solicitors can advise and represent you inrespect of an Exceptional Hardship Argument. If Exceptional Hardship is accepted by the court, it will ensure that the driver either:
- Avoids the mandatory 6 months disqualification from driving
- The 6 month disqualification period is reduced to a lesser period. #1 Motoring Solicitors have been successful in countless applications to the Court to find
Exceptional Hardship. This has resulted in our clients avoiding disqualification or alternatively being disqualified for a shorter period than the 6 month mandatory disqualification from driving.
Our Expert Motoring Lawyers at #1 Motoring Solicitors have years of experience in arguing Exceptional Hardship before the Magistrates Court and calling evidence to support Exceptional Hardship Argument.
Based in Cardiff, #1 Motoring Solicitors have have defended clients throughout South Wales and the West, including Newport, Swansea and Llanelli.
Please call us for advice if you are facing disqualification under the ‘totting’ up provisions or a penalty point driving ban.