Under the Alcohol Interlock Scheme, drivers are responsible for all costs related to the installation, maintenance and maintenance of the locking device. By abolishing the system of demotion of the driving licence, disqualified drivers return to the driving licence they had at the time of the offence and not to the previous level. For example, if a driver with a P1 driving licence commits a breach of the conditions that lead to disqualification and abdicates a driver safer agreement, he/she may apply for a P1 driving licence instead of returning to an apprenticeship licence. The Safer Driver Agreement is valid for the duration of your provisional licence. If you opt for the Safer Driver Agreement and then violate your license terms or if you again accumulate four or more insanity points: provisional driver`s license holders who have received a notice of disqualification may choose to enter into a DeFer Driver agreement instead of serving the 6-month disqualification period (Motor Vehicles Act 1959 (SA) s 81BA). The agreement is valid for the duration of the provisional licence. A temporary driver, disqualified for a serious offence of disqualification, may appeal to the Court on the basis of « severe and unusual harshness ». The driver`s driving history is taken into account. It is illegal to drive a vehicle on a road or area close to the road without having a current driver`s license for that category of vehicles. If you do not apply for the Safer Driver Agreement within 28 days, the disqualification will take effect (if the notification has been confirmed). Once you have successfully objected, you cannot appeal or enter into a safer driver contract for another five years. In the south of Australia, there is a mandatory interlock alcohol system. This means that drivers who commit a « serious offence of drunk driving » are required to drive an alcohol locking device on a vehicle they have designated at the end of their disqualification for a period of disqualification or a maximum of 3 years, whichever is lower.
Subsequently, if a driver violates his conditions of licence or accumulates again 4 points from Demerit or more, he is disqualified for a period of 12 months. The period for disqualification must be served, as no vocation is provided for before the Magistrates Court [Motor Vehicles Act 1959 (SA) s 81BB (2)] If a provisional driver violates his conditions of licence or accumulates four or more points from Demerit, he may choose to enter into a DeFer Driver agreement instead of the six-month disqualification period, unless it is a serious violation of disqualification. If you are not entitled to a safer driver agreement, you may be able to object to disqualification under the Motor Vehicle Act s 81BB. . . .