Your driving could be prohibited for repeatedly committing traffic violation offences. Depending on the circumstances, prohibition may come with or without warning.
There are many reasons why drivers get prohibited from driving. These include repeated traffic violations or driving while already prohibited.
The typical process for this prohibition is:
It is also possible that if you cause a number of offences in a short space of time, you may be prohibited from driving without any warning or having a probationary period.
Read more about driving prohibitions from the Office of the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles.