Can I appeal if my licence has been revoked?
Once you have accepted any fixed penalties and been awarded six points on your licence there is no appeal process via the Driver Vehicle License Agency (DVLA).
This means you the only way to resume driving is by applying and passing your driving test again, both theory and practical.
If your licence has been revoked as a result of a court hearing, you may be able to appeal that decision to a higher court. You will have 21 days to lodge a copy of appeal with the DVLA. Once this is lodged, revocation would be suspended depending on the outcome of the appeal.
Can the DVLA revoke my licence without pre-warning?
As the process is automatic, the Drivers Vehicle License Agency (DVLA) can revoke your license without prewarning.
If you have accumulated six penalty points on your licence within your first two years of driving, then your licence will be automatically revoked without warning or a court appearance.
The DVLA, Police and the courts DO NOT have any obligation to notify you in advance, as a new driver you should be familiar with the provisions of the Road Traffic (New Drivers) Act 1995.