How do van driving convictions work?
If you commit a criminal offence on the road, it will result in you going to court and your driving record will be endorsed. An endorsement stays on your record for between four to 11 years. Again, the length of time will depend on how serious your charge was.
You can also expect to get penalty points on your licence – if you collect 12 points within three years, you’re very likely to be banned from driving for (at least) six months. If you get six points within two years of passing your test, then it’s likely you’ll be disqualified from driving. You’d then have to apply for a new provisional licence, and pass your theory and practical driving tests again.