Withdrawal of a driving licence is always accompanied by a blocking period. Depending on the severity of the case, the blocking period can last from six months to five years and only after this period has elapsed can the driving licence be reissued or reapplied for. The reason for the blocking period is to protect the general public from traffic offenders.
Is it possible to shorten the blocking period?
Certain measures make it possible to shorten the blocking period. But even if you succeed in proving that you are suitable for driving a motor vehicle, you can shorten the blocking period by a maximum of three months. Besides, you must not have had your driver's license revoked in the past three years. Otherwise, a blocking period of one year must be observed before a shortening is possible.
Find your driving school
The first step to avoid a driver's license being revoked from the outset is to choose qualitative driver training. So now look for a driving school in your area that prepares you both practically and theoretically for road traffic.