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Hi - what were your other points for please and when did you get them?
Can you do this work by any other means than driving?
You could argue that you will suffer exceptional hardship if you are banned.
The problem with exceptional hardship is the burden of proof passes to you to show that you will suffer such hardship and is quite difficult to do.
Your best argument is that it will affect people who are innocent but you need to gather evidence of what specifically the impact will be of you being unable to get to sites that are not accessible by public transport. Is your employer saying that you will be dismissed? Or is he saying that somebody else could do that for a short time? If he is saying that you will be dismissed then you need to come to court and give that evidence as the crown won't agree it in a letter won't be adequate.
You might also look into the cost of taxes is that will be relevant because the court will want to understand why you couldn't afford to do work using taxes.
That will be a consideration for childcare as well I'm afraid.
That is all stuff that can be done but you will need to do it for the appeal will be lost.
Can I clarify anything for you?