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That doesn’t happen. DVLA cannot put markers for ANPR for people on short licences and anyway you could be driving a company car, leased car or a friends/relatives car so no link to you......
That is not about people on short licences. You could be put on a short licence after having your licence removed for medical reasons such as epilepsy or diabetes as well as alcohol related issues. The police would never be aware of this to put the vehicle on ANPR.According to Auto Express, previously disqualified motorists are having their cars electronically tagged depending on where they live - but not all forces have the tactic in place.www.thisismoney.co.uk
Agreed I'm just saying they do place markers on themThat is not about people on short licences. You could be put on a short licence after having your licence removed for medical reasons such as epilepsy or diabetes as well as alcohol related issues. The police would never be aware of this to put the vehicle on ANPR.
I have run courses for over 3000 drink drivers in the past 15 years and the vast majority of them have sold their car since being convicted, or did not own it in the first place (family car, company car etc) when you look at the figures in that report, allowing for the 600 in Cheshire it indicates, there are 1300 convicted drink drivers where their vehicle details are entered on to the ANPR system.
Given that 63,000 people a year are convicted of drink driving then only a very small number of them have been marked as being of interest which suggests that there will be other intelligence that suggests that they may well be driving whilst disqualified. It is not a routine thing for the vast majority of drink drivers.
i havent actually booked my test yet, my solicitor want me to do one to try get me licence back after being revoked for admitting i drank around 8 units a week.Once a week is not really a problem as i have been reading up on this a lot recently as had my medical this week.I am in the same position so am a little worried on my results.
in all honesty, i was probably drinking around 8 units over the weekend, from around june time till 14th of this mont.Hi ddd how many units were you drinking a week surely not 8, and if you were abstaining for that length of time how come you still haven't had your license back?
yeh which is ridiculous, i cannot afford not to drive as i have to travel 50miles a day to get to work and back.Omg that's so terrible so have they asked you to abstain for another year dd1989 ?
You don't get results as standard, you only get told if you have passed or failed. If you want the results you have to put a request in to the medical section of the DVLA. It took exactly 7 weeks between the date I had my medical and the date my licence was issued.How long does it take for the results of a medical and are you informed by letter ?? Had my test a week ago,Nothing on the letter telling you about results that i could see.
By post/text/email as not sure how they inform meYou don't get results as standard, you only get told if you have passed or failed. If you want the results you have to put a request in to the medical section of the DVLA. It took exactly 7 weeks between the date I had my medical and the date my licence was issued.
By post, if you have been communicating to them via email then they will also inform you via email but if you have not then you will only be notified via post.By post/text/email as not sure how they inform me