This is how many points you'll get on your licence for these driving offences

Breaking the law while behind the wheel can come with a hefty fine attached - and put points on your license too.

By Claire Schofield
Friday, 21 June, 2019, 13:50
Breaking the law while behind the wheel can come with a hefty fine attached - and put points on your license too

Drivers who accumulate 12 or more penalty points from motoring offences within a three-year period can face a ban from driving for up to six months, while six or more penalty points within two years of passing your driving test can lead to a license withdrawal and a re-test requirement. Specialists from LeaseVan.co.uk have outlined which 12 driving offences carry penalty points as standard, and how many points you could be hit with if you infringe these rules.

Penalty points: 5 to 10
Penalty points: 3 to 9
Penalty points: 6 to 8
Penalty points: 6
Penalty points: 6
Penalty points: 6

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Penalty points: 3 to 6 points, or 3 points fixed penalty
Penalty points: 3 to 6
Penalty points: 3 to 6
Penalty points: 3
Penalty points: 3 in each case
Penalty points: 3