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When random breath testing isn’t random

Police have the power to conduct random breath tests on any driver in New South Wales. But when police shut down entire roads and test every single driver is it still really random? This weekend NSW Police are running “Operation Nabbed” once again. RBT sites have been set up at every exit along several major […]

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Breaching a good behaviour licence in NSW

In NSW unrestricted licence holders have a limit of 13 demerit points. If you incur 13 or more demerit points in any 3-year period, the RMS will send you a notice of suspension. Instead of serving a period of suspension, you can apply for a good behaviour licence under section 36 of the Road Transport […]

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Appealing an infringement or penalty notice
Posted By , on July 12, 2019

“Appealing an infringement” is one of the most inaccurate and misleading terms heard by police and traffic lawyers. Irate drivers often yell at police “I’m going to appeal this fine!” just as often as traffic lawyers take calls from those who “want to appeal a ticket”. Unfortunately, it is not an appeal. There are a […]

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Requesting a review of an infringement notice
Posted By , on April 1, 2019

No one likes to receive an infringement notice. But in some circumstances, you may be able to avoid the cost and demerit points. This can be done by requesting a review of the infringement notice. There are a number of circumstances in which you can request a review. There are also guidelines covering which matters may be […]

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10 demerit points for using a mobile phone while driving

The crackdown on using a mobile phone while driving is continuing in New South Wales.  Just in time for the October long weekend , the demerit points for using a mobile phone while driving have increased from four to five. Additionally, the offence has been added to the list of offences which incur double demerit […]

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