Drivers are normally banned when they hit 12 points, but a legal loophole in England means they could be let off the hook if they convince a magistrate or judge that they would face “exceptional hardship” otherwise.
The DVLA publishes its figures by postcode district – the digits that come before the space in a full postcode.
Analysis by the JPIMedia Data Unit has revealed there are 277 dangerous drivers with 12 or more points on Sussex’s roads.
The worst offender has clocked up a whopping 68 points to their name.
Some postcodes in England cross over council boundaries however, so we could be counting drivers who live over the border in a neighbouring area.
Here is a ranking of the postcode districts in Sussex that are home to the most dangerous drivers. All photos are for illustrative reasons.