Australian drink driving law

Can I Travel if I Have a Previous Section 10 For Drink Driving? (Australian Law)

by Bill Vasiliadis August 15, 2013 Road Traffic Law

A criminal conviction can affect your ability to travel and work in the future. If you have a previous drink driving conviction, your ability to work in certain driving occupations may be limited and you may find your ability to get a visa for some countries is restricted. Successfully obtaining a Section 10 for drink […]

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Five Ways Alcohol Affects Your Driving Ability (Australian Law)

by Bill Vasiliadis April 29, 2013 Criminal Law

The dangers of drinking and driving are well documented, and it only takes a relatively small amount of alcohol to have an effect on your driving ability. Drink driving awareness organisations such as Drinkwise Australia have undertaken extensive research on the effects that alcohol has on drivers, and have found that some drivers do not […]

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How Long Do I Have to Wait to Drive After Drinking? (Australian Law)

by Bill Vasiliadis November 6, 2012 Criminal Law

Many people are curious about how long it takes for the body to break down alcohol. Once you’ve consumed alcohol, time is the only thing that can help your alcohol level return to zero. According to the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) in New South Wales Australia, drinking caffeinated drinks, eating food, or undertaking physical […]

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