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The Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988 provides for the Court in particular circumstances to refrain from disqualifying a driver where an offence has been committed which carries obligatory disqualification, or to refrain from endorsing a licence. The Court can make use of this leeway if ‘special reasons’ can be presented which are directly linked to the commission of the offence in question. Uncontroversial examples of special reasons include emergency situations and being misled into committing the offence.   The Court will only use this discretion in clear and compelling circumstances and as such persuasive evidence should be led in support of the special reasons submission.

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