Police can suspend and confiscate your driver's licence on the spot for any of the following offences:
You will not be able to drive until:
If your driver's licence has been suspended on the spot, it is possible to appeal to the Local Court against the immediate suspension.
You must file your appeal within 28 days of the date you were suspended by police. If you do not file your appeal within 28 days, even if the court accepts your application, the magistrate will not be able to hear your case.
There are serious penalties for driving while you are suspended, including licence disqualification, large fines and imprisonment. If your driver's licence has been suspended and you are caught driving, you should get
Step by step guide:
Appealing the suspension - Step by step guide.