Why choose Save My Driving Licence ?
with your solicitor
Available 24 hours
Attendance at the
police station if required
across the uk
Face to face appointments or telephone conferences
How long is the probationary period?
When you first pass your test you have a two-year probationary period. If you accumulate more than 6 penalty points, your licence will be revoked. You will have to pay for a provisional licence and pass both the theory and the practical test again.
There are so many reasons for points being put on your licence including:
- Fail to provide details of a driver
- No insurance
These are just a few examples.
What shall I do if I am at risk of getting points on my licence?
Some of these offences have a minimum of 6 points as punishment. Also remember that points on a provisional licence will be counted if you receive points from a new offence.
It may be that you have a defence or we can help to minimise your points to avoid revocation of your licence. Please contact us.Get a free quote
We're always here to help you
If you are contacted by the police or receive a summons for court we may be able to help you. It is quick and simple to make an appointment, just contact us by email or phone. We can see you in the office or speak to you on the phone.
We are available 24 hours a day providing a professional service with direct access to a solicitor. If you need help to keep your licence please contact us.Get a free quote