If you drive too fast or commit another traffic violation you risk a fine, as well as a revoked driver's licence. Anyone whose licence is revoked due to drunk driving, aggravated reckless driving, untrustworthiness in sobriety or any serious criminal offence in general must always apply for a new learner's permit.
Anyone whose licence is revoked is not allowed to drive during the disqualification period, which is the period during which the licence is revoked.
A driver whose licence has been revoked for less than 12 months can apply for a new licence about one month before the disqualification period ends. On the other hand, those who have been disqualified for longer than 12 months must pass a new driving test (both theory and practical) before a new licence can be issued.
A driver whose licence is revoked during the probation period must also pass a new driving test.
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