Driver’s Licence Suspension in Erina

If you rely on driving to get to work or take your children to school, a suspended driver’s licence can be stressful and highly inconvenient. Your licence may be suspended for unpaid fines or if you have received too many demerit points. A full drivers licence can be suspended if you have received 13 or more demerit points. The suspension length will depend on how many demerit points you have received. 

Every P1 and P2 license holder has the right to appeal against their license suspension for exceeding demerit points.

At Spencer Lawyers in Erina, we’ll accurately advise you on appealing a suspended licence, relevant time restrictions and the probability of success in court. 

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Immediate Licence Suspension

The police may automatically suspend and confiscate your licence for the following offences:

  • Unlawful driving causing death or grievous bodily harm
  • Excessive speeding of 45 km/h over the speed limit
  • Middle to high range blood alcohol limit
  • Street racing
  • Aggravated burnout offence
  • Learner or provision licence holder excessively speeding of 30 km/h over the speed limit
  • Learner driver driving without supervision

Your licence will be suspended until your case has been heard in court. If you’re convicted, your suspension period will be taken into account when sentencing a disqualification.

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