Special reason not to disqualify
There is a provision in the law to not disqualify you for 'special reasons'.
The first step is it must relate to the driving itself - not to the person.
It isn't a bad thing if you are Mother Theresa and just happened to do some terrible driving, but that isn't a legal provision.
The most basic example of a case that would probably win would be if you were disqualified and your friend broke their leg and there was no cellphone reception and you drove them to hospital.
I am often presented with 'emergency' type situations. The first questions the court would ask would usually be - why couldn't someone else drive, why not an ambulance, why not a taxi etc..
If special reasons are accepted the court can then lessen the disqualification or impose no disqualification.
I have successfully argued for special reasons in all major traffic cases including drink driving, careless driving causing injury, and driving while disqualified.