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Bexie7 | 13:49 Fri 30th Mar 2007 | Motoring
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If you get 6 points on your licence before you have held it for 2 years how long do you have to wait to re-take your test? Do you have to take your theory as well as your practical?


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Yes, you have to take both tests:

When the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is notified that a new driver has six or more penalty points they will write to him/her to say that the licence has been revoked. The driver then reverts to learner status and is treated like any other learner. He or she has to apply for a new provisional licence, display L-plates and is prohibited from driving on motorways. A learner car driver will need to be accompanied by a driver aged 21 or over who has held a full licence for at least three years. A learner motorcyclist will be restricted to smaller less powerful bikes.

And: afety/rs-info-roadusers/rs-drivers/rs-newdrive r.htm
your theory is valid for 2 years if this has ran out then yes you will have to take that aswell i know ive been there

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