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Successful Exceptional Hardship Argument – Driver Keeps Licence.

This lorry driver was reported for his 4th SP 30  offence which would have inevitably brought him up to 12 penalty points and disqualification. Using our knowledge of transport operations, including the many thousands of kilometres over an average driver clocked up by a tramping HGV driver, we were able to mount an Exceptional Hardship argument to persuade the Magistrates to allow our client to continue driving.
At Smith Bowyer Clarke Road Transport Lawyers we understand the consequences of motoring convictions on truck and coach drivers, and are experts in tailoring solutions to individual driver and Operator-related difficulties.

Case Details

Case Name: Successful Exceptional Hardship Argument – Driver Keeps Licence.
Case Date: May 2019
Case Type (info): Magistrates Court

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