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What medical grounds could you have a driving licence revoked?
June 03, 2007 4:32PM
If a person is declared an epiletic (has uncontrolled seziures even though they are on medication) by a doctor or is found to be mentally unfit by a doctor and a court of law.
Would and 18 year old with a revoked driving license have to be covered on the family?
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Is a revoked licence the same as getting banned from driving?
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
What does revoked or refused mean in driving?
Asked in England
How many points can you have on my driving licence to be banned from driving in England?
If you are a provisional driver or you have held your licence for less than two years, your licence will be revoked if you accrue six or more points. If you have held a full driving licence for two or more years and you accrue 12 or more points in a period of 3 years, you will be disqualified from driving.
Asked in Auto Insurance Claims, Rules of the Road
Driving a car with a permit and no adult in the car?
Asked in Rules of the Road, State Laws
Can you drive on New Mexico private property with revoked license?
Asked in Rules of the Road
If you accumulate too many points on your license it will be removed?
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
If you already have your licens in Alabama at the age of 16 will your drivers license be revoked or left alone?
How many penalty points on UK driving licence?
If a new driver (with a provisional licence or a full licence less than two years old) receives six points, their licence will be revoked. If a driver has held their full licence for more than two years, the maximum is extended to 12. Penalty points will come off a driving licence after 4-11 years depending on the offence. A driver may check their current penalty points via the government website.
Asked in Traffic Violations and Tickets, Crime
Does a criminal record due to driving with a revoked licence affect one's chances of getting a job?
Asked in Medical Schools
Where do you go to find if doctors medical license still revoked?
What is the difference between a revoked license and a suspeneded license?
*Suspended means not aloud to drive on your licence for a certain reason until that reason is fixed (ex.unpaid tickets) or until the date that you were legally given. You technically still obtain a licence it is just suspended. *Revoked is having no licence whatso ever for a certain amount of time due to criminal charges or infractions against you. Being revoked you have no licence at all.
Can someone with a revoked licence buy car insurance?
Can you drive in Ireland with English license if i am banned from driving with my Irish license?
Will your insurance cover an accident if you were driving with a revoked license?
If your license is revoked in one state can you obtain your license in another state?
Typically, your answer is going to be no. There are a couple of states which may do this, but you have to be a resident of that state, and you'd be restricted to operating a motor vehicle only in that state until your driving privilege is reinstated in the state which suspended/revoked your licence.
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Is NJ dwi a suspended or revoked license?
Your license is revoked for the period of time according to the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd offense. If you are caught driving on the revoked after you have your license revoked for the period of time the judge ordered. After that your license is then suspended when you are serving the time over and above the revokation for driving on the revoked, and then your license is then considered suspended at that time. Usually you will receive an extra year for each driving on the revoked you are charged with. Hope this helps!
Can your drivers license get suspended if your license is already suspended?
Why cancel your driver license?
Surrendering your driving licence is something that no driver wishes to do but unfortunately - given certain circumstances - it becomes necessary in the eyes of the law. Why do I have to Surrender my Driving Licence? You will have to surrender your driving licence if you have received a driving ban (otherwise known as a disqualification). If you receive a driving ban you will have done so because you have either: (a) exceeded the maximum number of penalty points or (b): been disqualified for a serious motoring offence. You will be required by law to surrender your driving licence to the court or to the DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) and failure to do so constitutes a criminal offence in itself The DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) and the courts require your driver's licence is surrendered to them so that you may not drive whilst disqualified. However it is not unknown for individuals to break the law further after having been disqualified by driving without a licence. This is in itself a serious criminal offence and can be punished by either issuing a further disqualification notice (added to your original ban) or by handing down a custodial sentence if the magistrate feels there is a danger of the individual committing the offence again. Surrendering your Licence for Legal Reasons As we have already touched upon you may be required to give up your driver's licence if you have broken the law by means of motoring offences or if you have exceeded the maximum number of penalty points that can awarded on any one driving licence. The maximum number of points any one individual can have on their licence is twelve, after which an automatic disqualification is issued. Failure to relinquish your licence after such a ban is a criminal offence. Surrendering your Licence on Medical Grounds It may become necessary to surrender your driving licence on the basis of ill health and it is better to do so rather than risk trying to drive if medically unfit to do so. If your doctor informs you that because of ill health you should not be driving then you can voluntarily surrender your licence to the DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) who will then cancel your licence without the need to make enquiries of your medical history from your GP. Failure to surrender your licence if you are unfit to drive may result in the DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) revoking your licence if such enquiries are made and it is found that you have not declared them. Likewise criminal proceedings may be brought against you. If you wish to surrender your licence on the basis of ill-health you can download the necessary form - VOC99 - from the DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) website or pick one up from a local post office. Completing this form and carrying out the surrender of your licence in the proper manner will also help with the reclamation of monies paid to your insurance company in advance of your policy but it is worth adding that you can only reclaim this from your insurance company if you have filled out all the relevant paperwork and your licence has been surrendered as opposed to revoked. Re-Applying for your Licence If your circumstances change and the bout of ill-health you have suffered has past then you may apply to have your licence reinstated. You can again do this through the DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) website or pick up the forms from your local post office. Whilst re-applying for your licence you can legally drive on the roads once your application has been received by the DVLA. This can be done under section 88 of the Road Traffic Act 1988. However there are some exceptions to this: you must not have been disqualified from driving when your licence was surrendered, your licence must not have been revoked for failure to declare a medical condition and you must have held a full driving licence in the United Kingdom on or after 1st January 1976.