What is a TT99 conviction?
TT99 refers to a conviction for disqualification under “totting up” procedure. In the UK, drivers receive penalty points for various driving offenses. If a driver accumulates 12 or more penalty points within a three-year period, they can be disqualified from driving. TT99 indicates that a driver has been disqualified under this “totting up” procedure.
How we can help.
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