The driver with 60 points on the driving license is not yet banned from driving after being caught for speeding 19 times Despite the number of 60 penalty points, the license has yet to be revoked. This means that the unnamed criminal drives perfectly legal In another case, a driver has accumulated 54 points and has not yet been disqualified from
Dora Allday For The Daily Mail
17:00 EST, 31 December 2018
6:25 pm EST, December 31st 2018
A captured driver who has accelerated 19 times has not yet banned from the road. Despite having accumulated 60 points of penalization on the driving license, it has yet to be revoked. This means that the unnamed criminal drives in a perfectly legal way, even after having exceeded the speed limit set by a highway law so many times.
Despite having accumulated 60 points of penalization on the driving license, the driver has not been banned. In another case, a driver has accumulated 54 points and has not yet been disqualified. The figures were obtained from the Daily Mail under the Freedom of Information Act. The two pilots are among the thousands who have 12 or more points on their license, which usually leads them to lose in the moment. But magistrates have the right to use discretion to allow a criminal to stay on the road if they believe that this would cause "exceptions". uncomfortable & # 39; to remove their license. The worst was the driver with 60 points, then the one with 54 points. Two other drivers were allowed to keep their licenses despite having 48 points.
The figures were obtained from the Daily Mail under the Freedom of Information Act. Some 66 drivers have 21 points, there are 337 with 18 points, 1,138 with 15 points and 7,377 who have exactly 12 points of their license. None of the criminals is called.Brake, a group of pressure that fights against speeding, said: "It is shameful that so many pilots are still on our roads, despite having accumulated 12 points or more on their license." The government and the courts are complicit with the dangerous drivers who remain on our roads continuing to allow the exploitation of loopholes in our traffic laws – this is unacceptable and must change. "The brake calls for an urgent review of the" exceptional discomfort "discretion that the magistrates have, adding:" Driving is a privilege, not a right. "In 2015, 1,730 people were killed and 22,144 people seriously injured in the UK, the most recent available There is no rigid definition for exceptional difficulties, which is discussed case by case in court.It could cover the care of a child who otherwise would not be able to go to school or a sick relative who relies on someone to guide them. John Bache, of the association of magistrates, said: "The process to establish exceptional difficulties is solid – the magistrates examine each case very carefully".
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