The key word here is “exceptional” hardship as opposed to just hardship and this is not defined by law. The case often turns on the facts of the individual driver, their personal circumstances such as work, family, dependants etc.
Furthermore, this is a two stage process. Firstly, the Court must be convinced that exceptional hardship does exist before later being asked to exercise their discretion not to enforce the 6 months disqualification period at all or to enforce a lesser disqualification period.
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