Posted on Jul 11, 2021

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SUSPENDED DRIVER LICENCE?

There are many reasons why your driving license can be suspended. If you are guilty of a serious offence then the driving licence can be suspended immediately by the police. Alternatively, it can be suspended if the driver has exhausted their demerit points over the prescribed period.

WHAT ARE YOU ABLE TO APPEAL?
If your licence is suspended then in some circumstances an appeal can be made to the Local Court. The following decisions made by either the Road & Maritime Services or the police can be appealed:
- Exceeding the speed limit by more than 30 or more than 45 kilometres per hour
- Loss of demerit points for a P1 or P2 provisional driver
- A decision by the police to suspend a license for exceeding the speed limit by more than 45 kilometres per hour
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