To learn to drive in the UK you must first have a provisional licence otherwise you run the risk of getting court for driving without a driving licence and this you result in getting a ban from UK roads.With Safety as a number one priority on the roads endorsements are a necessary to keep drivers under control and punishing drivers that break those laws.
If you go over 100mph or drive dangerously you will receive a driving ban where as if you break the speed limit you are likely to just receive a fine and 3 points on your licence.
A driving ban will be handed to you if you take drugs or are over the drink drive limit and are court on the UK roads.
Driving disqualification is where you are convicted of a server driving offences like drink driving or dangerous driving and you could loss you licence at once and you would be banned for a period of time.
A totting up ban is when you get multiple points over three years and if these reach 12 you will have your licence banned the court will decide for how long based of the facts of your case.
For the first two years of having a licence you are on probation as you are only able to receive 6 points on your licence before you will have your licence taken away from you and will have to retake your driving test.
To get back on the road after you have received a driving ban here are some pointers to help get your licence back.
Depending on the offence the court will decide on your sentencing and also any driving disqualifications that they wish to hand out and fines.
If you’ve have 12 or more penalty points, you could be disqualified for 6 months, if you get a second disqualification you will be banned for 12 months and a third disqualification you will be banned for 2 years.
This system is in place to stop people breaking the law and endangering the public but without punishing innocent members of the public that have just make a mistake of because of a lap of concentration.