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When Can You Appeal A Licence Suspension?

04.10.16

When can you receive a licence suspension? You can receive a licence suspension from the police or Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) for the following reasons: –       For speeding more than 30 km/hr over the…

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How Much Pot is Too Much? Drug Driving and Measuring Cannabis Impairment

20.07.16

Drug Driving and Cannabis Impairment – What You Need to Know In April of this year, ABC News reported that between July 2014 and June 2015 almost 5,000 drivers in NSW were charged with drug…

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Digital Driver’s Licences to be Implemented This Year

02.05.16

Digital Driver’s Licences to be Implemented This Year More and more, smartphones have become an integral part our lives. No longer are they just a way to stay in touch with friends and family, smartphones…

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Are Our Drink Driving Penalties Tough Enough?

09.03.16

Are Our Drink Driving Penalties Tough Enough? A 42 year old Gold Coast mother was recently charged with drink driving and her licence suspended when she was found to have, what many consider to be…

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Random Drug Driving Testing- Is it really fair?

11.01.16

Is the New NSW Drug Driving Testing Effective and Fair? Did you know that police in NSW can randomly pull people over and submit them to a drug driving test without any just cause or…

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The Traffic Offender’s Program: Will it help my Drink Driving Case?

22.11.15

The Traffic Offenders Program: Will it help my drink driving case? Have you or a loved one been charged with a drink driving offence? Under s 9 of the Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management)…

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Police Cracking Down on Drug Drivers

16.09.15

Drug Driving Offences on the Rise in NSW Police are now cracking down on Drug Drivers. Last June a serious crash occurred in Sutton Forest in NSW when a truck driver allegedly under the influence…

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The Consequences of Driving Under the Influence

17.07.15

All it takes is a lapse in judgment, one wrong decision at a party or an extra drink at a sporting event, to create a problem with permanent consequences. Every year, thousands of individuals put…

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Drink Drivers May Have To Be Breath Tested Every Time They Drive

17.04.15

In 2012, Roads and Ports Minister Duncan Gay announced that the use of alcohol interlocks were going to be mandated for repeat and high range drunk driving offenders. Beginning 1 February 2015, this mandate began applying to…

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How To Legally Challenge A Red Light Camera Fine

15.04.15

How can you challenge a red light camera fine? Challenging a red light camera fine can be a difficult exercise. Photos generally do not lie. However, there are other ways that you can avoid a…

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