Even if your Doctor has Given you the “OK” to Drive, you need to have your Licence Reinstated First.
A Suspended Licence for Medical Reasons carries an Automatic 6 Month’s Additional Licence Suspension
A police officer has the choice to give a Driving While Under Suspensions charge but a Suspended Licence for Medical Reasons is ultimately up to the court to decide a guilty or innocent verdict.
Do not fight your Driving While Under Suspension for Medical Reasons Charge yourself. You may get the fine reduced yourself, but you may miss getting the charge thrown out completely or getting to keep your licence based on a technicality.
If you lose when you represent yourself in court and are convicted of Driving While Under Suspension, you will face a dramatic increase in your insurance.
If you are convicted of Driving While Under Suspension for Medical Reasons you will face an Automatic 6 Months’ additional suspension and possibly up to 6 months in jail, for a first offence.