An Exceptional Hardship Proof allows a driver to continue to drive after receiving 12 or more points on their driving licence.
Under “Totting Up” provisions, if a driver reaches 12 or more points on their driving licence they can expect to be banned from driving for a period of time depending on their individual circumstances unless that driver utilises an Exceptional Hardship Proof.
An Exceptional Hardship Proof allows a driver to continue to drive after receiving 12 or more points on their driving licence. Essentially, our road traffic lawyers would present to the Court specific circumstances, unique to our client, which would allow the court to permit a driver to keep their driving licence whilst they have 12 or more points on their licence.
If you are the sole provider for your family, a key employee, a company director, or simply require or need your driving licence to keep your job you would undoubtedly have a case for Exceptional Hardship Proof to be used to defend any driving or speeding offence charges that may lead to a driving disqualification, ban or penalty points being put on your driving licence.
These are not the only situations where Exceptional Hardship Proof could be found, only examples, contact our expert road traffic lawyers today so that we may assist in defending any driving or speeding offence charges – and keep you driving legally on the road with your driving licence.