In Northern Ireland there are some offences for which, if a disqualification is imposed, you must resit a driving test before applying for the return of your licence, this re-test is outside the jurisdiction of the court. These offences relate to:
If successful, the court will tell DVA of the decision. If you're disqualified until passing an extended test, you must make application for an extended test either in person or by post to any of DVA's test centres — you cannot book online or use the telephone booking service. Article 14 causing death, or grievous bodily injury, by careless driving when under the influence of drink or drugs Article 15 1 driving or attempting to drive while unfit Article 16 1 a driving or attempting to drive with excess alcohol Article 18 7 failing to provide a specimen , where that is an offence involving obligatory disqualification An extended driving test is required to be taken where a person is disqualified for any of the following offences: Send us your feedback. More useful links The cost of a driving licence Courses for drink drive offenders When endorsements and penalty points can be removed from a driving licence.