Here's my tip to job applicants: for a relatively senior level role, the first impression you want to make on the hiring manager really isn't sending an email asking whether "our requirement for a clean drivers license mean no traffic violations or does it mean no drink driving charges?" I know they just don't want to waste time applying if they're ineligible. I know that she's probably a really lovely lady who is just worried a couple of parking tickets would be an issue, but when I read that all I hear is alarm bells..... Ideally I don't want candidates with traffic violations or drink driving charges, so implying you have either isn't wise!
I recommend people in that situation apply, and mention it an interview if they are concerned they don't meet the requirements. In most cases it just means you are legally allowed to drive, and not likely to lose your drivers license anytime soon (e.g. not got too many demerit points or about to be taken to court on driving charges etc).
But I will not be pursuing this candidate further - I'll pursue the people who actually submitted applications instead.