Under 17 and Banned from Driving

Under 17 and Banned from Driving

Young offenders driving ban

Under 17 and Banned from Driving

Apparently more than 7,000 children, as young as 11-years-old, have been banned from driving in the past 5 years. Judges can start the ban from the offender’s 17th Birthday but usually start the ban when convicted. Offenders driving bans often finish before they are 17-years-old. Campaigners are demanding tougher sentences to ensure they are kept off the roads beyond 17-years-old.

'Please note also that you are on "thin ice" for two years after passing your test and gaining a full licence. Six points or more normally ends in having to retake and pass a new driving test. However, our lawyers have achieved successful outcomes for many newly qualified drivers in similar circumstances; with bans being avoided.

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