Ruthie wrote:Some driving offences probably would count as criminal (e.g. drink driving or dangerous driving) and they would show up.
Loula wrote:You will probably have to tell your employer though if you are planning on claiming travel expenses/ using your car for work, but that can be done at a later date. But in your case yours should have expired, I think they last for 3 years but you have to declare to your insurance for 5 years. You should look into sending your lisence off again and getting your points removed.
Ruthie wrote:I've never been asked about this btw. But also - I used to work in a community team where staff did a lot of driving to see clients and the local bobbies seemed intent on sitting outside where were worked in a little lay-by in at 30mph zone on a big straight road and catching us all the time. Someone got 2 sets in one week. So if the NHS banned drivers with points on their licence, I can assure you, none of my former colleagues would have jobs. (Although it can cost you your job if you loose your licence so be careful!)
Loula wrote:Yeah when I researched it
bw124 wrote:May I ask, how exactly did you go about doing this? Did you see it in some guidance notes somewhere? I would just like to have something in writing justifying my position if at all possible. No worries if not.
bw124 wrote: I called Disclosure Scotland and was told they are "non-recordable" so would not be put on a PVG certificate.
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