The decision comes less than two weeks after Tevez's car was removed from the road by police due to his failure to produce a full UK driving license.
On that occasion, Tevez failed to provide identification as he stepped up his comeback to the City first team late last season.
"My instructions are though he was not the driver on that occasion I am not going to argue against a ban on grounds of exceptional hardship," Lewis said.
Tevez, who did not attend the hearing on Monday, has a history previously offending on the road. The seizing of his Porsche on Nov. 15 followed a similar impounding of his Bentley in Feb. 2009.
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