Key info

  • If you are disqualified from driving, your licence will either be suspended or cancelled for a certain period of time. This means that you won't be able to drive for the period of disqualification.
  • After your disqualification, you might also be placed in case management, have conditions placed on your licence or have to take part in the Mandatory Alcohol Interlock Program.
  • If your licence is suspended it means that you can't drive for a specified period. Once you finish your period of suspension, you'll get your licence back automatically.
  • If your licence is cancelled it means that you can't drive for a specified period and must have an approval letter to get your licence back. This may also mean that you'll be subject to licence conditions.

 

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Please visit Transport Services for more information on licence disqualifications, suspensions and cancellations

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