So there are three offences?
Wouldn't it be two offences of failing to identify?
They will probably take a plea to the speeding offences and drop the failing to identify.
They usually do when a plea to speeding is being offered.
However, the reality is that, even if the minimum sentence were imposed, that would still lead to 6 points. There is no way around it. Two different offences will lead to 3 points each.
I'm afraid that 6 points will lead to revocation under the new driver's scheme. There is no exceptional hardship test.
The court just simply has no discretion.
the only advantage of the revocation as opposed to a disqualification is that at least you can be back on the road as soon as you pass again although it will have a horrendous effect upon your insurance.
I'm very sorry but I can only give you truthful information.
Can I clarify anything for you?Jo
They can do that but it depends on the speed proportionate to the limit.
They cannot do it just because it is your preference.