Has your licence been suspended but you need to keep driving? You may be eligible to apply for a special hardship order which allows you to keep driving for specific purposes. It is important to note that you have 21 days after your licence has been suspended to make this application, so it is important to act quickly. We can help with a swift and accurate application to ensure that you are able to maintain your ability to drive.
A special hardship licence has certain conditions attached to it which means that you can continue to drive but only under restricted and specific conditions. The criteria for applying for a special hardship requires you to demonstrate that the loss of your licence would cause extreme hardship to you or your family. Either by depriving you of a means of earning a living, or your family would experience some form of serve or unusual hardship by the fact of you not having a licence.
There are also certain eligibility criteria which you have to meet to be able to make a special hardship order. This material is put before the Court in Affidavits and failure to complete these Affidavits correctly will mean that your work licence application will not be successful
There are certain eligibility criteria which must be met in order to apply for a special hardship licence, and at Hounsell Cunningham we can help you to seek and apply for this licence in court.
We are here to help you go through the entire process from start to finish. We will appear at all court appearances with you and complete the Affidavits for you to ensure that all relevant material is put before the Court in the correct way.