Driving without a full licence is an offence under the LC10 conviction code. If convicted, the offence can attract between 3 to 6 penalty points and a maximum fine of £1000. Courts also have discretionary powers to ban the convicted driver from obtaining a full licence for a specified period of time. If you do acquire a full licence in the future, insurers will impose a higher insurance premium and employers will be aware of the driving conviction on your licence.
Given the seriousness consequences of a conviction, it is essential to prepare a strong defence. Our driving offence barrister can advise on you how to proceed and provide representation at hearings.