How long do you lose your license for drink driving WA?

How long do you lose your license for drink driving WA?

For a BAC between 0.05 and 0.69, your fine will be at least $500 and you will be disqualified from driving for between 6 and 8 months. If your BAC was 0.07 to 0.079 you will receive a minimum fine of $600, and a disqualification of either 8 months or 10 months.

What is the penalty for drink driving in WA?

Drink and drug driving penalties

Prescribed illicit drug and BAC Penalty Type Subsequent Offence
≥ 0.13 but < 0.15 Disqualification 42 months minimum
≥ 0.15 Minimum $4,750
Maximum $11,250
Minimum disqualification 42 months minimum

How long does a drink driving ban stay on your record?

The quick answer is 5 years. A drink driving conviction or DR10 endorsement will remain on your driving licence for 11 years from the date of conviction. However, these points are considered ‘spent’ under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 after 5 years.

When does a first time drink driving offence start?

Since 20 May 2019, a streamlined process that delivers swift and certain penalties applies to drivers who commit a first-time, lower-range drink-driving offence (which can include low, special and novice range drink-driving offences).

What’s the minimum penalty for a second drink driving offence?

Drink Driving Penalties Second Offence. If this is a second offence within a 10 year period, the minimum penalty is a 3 year disqualification. Therefore, depending on how recent your previous drink driving conviction was, the ban may be the least of your problems.

When did interlock for drink driving start in NSW?

As part of the Road Safety Plan 2021, the NSW Government expanded the interlock program so that it also applies to drivers convicted of all middle-range drink driving and driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol offences committed from 3 December 2018.

Is it a criminal offence to drink drive in the UK?

Drink driving is a criminal offence and the penalties for drink driving and related offences in the UK are severe. One of the most important factors that determine the severity of the sentence that magistrates will impose for drink driving offences is the level…

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