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Hello. Just to confirm, you have paid the fine imposed, and completed the ban period is that correct?
Then now, you contact DVLA and request your licence back. You need to request it, as they do not automatically send it out.
Ok, then in that case you can now drive.
The conviction remains in place, that is not removed.
That is correct. The conviction remains
It would depend what the offence was and the code of the offence.Different offences stay on licence for different times.
If you can confirm the type of driving conviction I can advise when and how to remove it from the licence
The endorsement is ‘valid’ for the first 3 years, for a 4-year endorsement.
That means it remains on your licence for 4 years but only count for the first 3. At the end of year 4, you can send licence to DVLA and they remove it.
You can not remove it any sooner, that is the minimum time period.
No not in relation to this matter. Special reasons/ exceptional hardship argument is something you can put to the court to ask them not to disqualify you if you would be a totter and reach 12 points. If the argument is successful, the points and conviction stands, but you don’t get disqualified.
The conviction and endorsement remain in place for the duration.
It really does not make sense why they stay for 4 years when they only count for 3.
But unfortunately that is the system we are stuck with.
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