How long do you lose your license for NSW?

How long do you lose your license for NSW?

The suspension periods for full licence Holders are: 13 to 15 demerit points – three months; 16 to 19 demerit points – four months; 20 or more demerit points – five months.

What happens when you lose your license NSW?

Police can suspend your licence on the spot, or you may get a Notice of Suspension from Transport for NSW. Disqualification is imposed by the court, and you need to reapply for a driver licence at the end of the disqualification period.

What happens if you exceed demerit points NSW?

When you reach or exceed your demerit point limit Transport for NSW can suspend your licence or refuse to renew it. If this happens, we will send you a Notice of Suspension or Refusal. Your licence may also be suspended if you commit an excessive speed offence.

What happens if you lose your driving licence in NSW?

This means that your licence is cancelled and you must not drive. At the end of your disqualification period you will need to apply to Transport for NSW (formerly Roads and Maritime Services) for a new licence. You cannot drive until you have been given a new licence. For some offences a disqualification period is mandatory if you are convicted.

How many points does it take to get a drivers licence in NSW?

Professional Driver Licence: 14 points: Unrestricted (Full) Licence: 13 points: Provisional P-2 Licence (Green P-plate) 7 points: Provisional P-1 Licence (Red P-plate) 4 points: Learner Licence: 4 points: Unrestricted Licence Holder with a Good Behaviour Period. 2 points within terms of good behaviour period.

Where do I go to get a new NSW driver licence?

Enter your payment details. Print your receipt and your temporary paper licence (also known as a driver licence receipt). Sign your temporary paper licence and carry it with you at all times when driving. Your new NSW driver licence card will be posted to you at the mailing address on record with Roads and Maritime Services.

What happens if you get your driving licence cancelled?

If you are found guilty of a driving offence and convicted, the court may disqualify you from holding a licence for a period of time. This means that your licence is cancelled and you must not drive. At the end of your disqualification period you will need to apply to Transport for NSW (formerly Roads and Maritime Services) for a new licence.

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