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Why has my driving licence been revoked?
Through the DVLA, the Secretary of state has the power to refuse or revoke a driving licence on medical grounds.
There are a number of ways a licence can be revoked
- Information disclosed to the DVLA about a medical condition by the driver
- Information given to the DVLA by a third party including courts, family, friends, doctors, insurer (if insurance refused on medical grounds).
The revocation can relate to a medical condition but can also be for dependency on alcohol, legal drugs or illegal drugs. The DVLA may revoke following a conviction for a motoring offence such as drink driving.
The law states that the DVLA has the power to revoke a driving licence if a disability is likely to cause driving by that person to be a source of danger to the public.
How do I appeal a decision by the DVLA?
Initially, written representations and medical evidence can be sent to the DVLA for their consideration. We can help you with this.
If the DVLA does not change their decision you can appeal to your local magistrates court. We can prepare your case and represent you for this hearing. It may be necessary to obtain medical evidence but we can instruct the relevant experts.Get a free quote
Is there a time limit?
Yes it is important that the appeal is submitted within 6 months of the decision to revoke.
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