Can you explain your situation a little more?
What would be your mitigation?
Was it late at night?
What were the traffic conditions?
Was there heavy traffic?
OK. When did you pass your test?
Sorry for the delay.
There is always value in adding mitigation as long as it really is mitigation rather than aggravation.
You need to include things like the shortness of any distance driven at speed, the absence of heavy traffic, the clemency of the weather and absence of vulnerable road users.
Also, you need to emphasise your hitherto good record which is of a substantial nature if you have been driving since 1998.
Can I clarify anything for you?
I'm not sure how to express it differently.
The shortness of the distance driven.
No problem and all the best.
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That is a little on the high side actually. I suppose it could have been worse. At least it was 6 points!!
Glad you are happy.