Risks On Your Drivers’ License And How To Protect It Your identity as a driver using our roads stands at risk. Your only evidence that you have went through a drivers’ training and passed the requirements set by the department of motor vehicles is your driver’s license. Legally speaking, you stand a liable in law if you have any questions on your driver’s license. It is therefore wiser for you to ensure that your driver’s license is kept safe and untainted to avoid the costs associated with the loss and subsequent need of acquiring a new one. A risk that your driver’s license will be exposed to is the risk of theft or loss. Your identity as the actual owner of a lost or stolen driver’s license is often quite threatened in such eventualities. Your stolen or lost driver’s license may be used to steal your identity and result in you being framed and implicated in cases you may not have an iota of knowledge about. You can imagine the miseries that such an act can cause you as the party framed in such a case. You are therefore advised to have your driver’s license kept safe and secure to escape such miseries. However in the eventuality of the driver’s license getting lost or stolen, you need to take immediate action to report this to the authorities and have the license where necessary. Still there are certain actions or incidences that you may be involved in as a motorist that will cost you points on your driver’s license. Most of these offences that will cause you penalties on your license are traffic related offences. These offences are in fact prosecutable in a court of law. Failure to provide driver information is one of the offences that will draw points from your driver’s license. You can defend your driver’s license and identity by proving to the court that you used reasonable diligence to identify who was driving at the time of the offence or by arguing that you did not receive the request to prove the driver at the time of the offence.
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The other motoring offence that a motorist may stand charged for is motor insurance offence. You will stand guilty for driving a car with no valid car insurance no matter your circumstances. Such a charge will earn you dire penalties levied on your driver’s license a cause you may not wish to earn. A defense for a driver faced with such a charge is the special reasons argument, which will demand him to prove that he genuinely believed that his car was under insurance at the time of the offence.If You Read One Article About Lawyers, Read This One