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South Australian Drink And Drug Drivers To Lose Licence For Life
Permanent Driving Ban For South Australian Repeat Driving Offenders

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PREMIER Mike Rann announced today that the state's police commissioner will be given the power t...

Mar 8, 2010 (7 years ago)


Mobile Phones - Demerit Point Penalties In NSW Double For Christmas And Increase In 2016

SUN, 6 DEC, 2015

New South Wales will add mobile phone offences to its hit list over the Christmas and New Year’s holiday period as part of the state’s ...

Speed Cameras NSW - Record Revenue Yet Rising Road Toll

THU, 12 NOV, 2015

The New South Wales State Government has come under fire for its red light and speed camera programs, after figures revealed the cameras are raking...

Queensland: Double Demerit Points, Loss Of Licence For Mobile Phone Use

SAT, 23 MAY, 2015

The Queensland Government will introduce tougher penalties for mobile phone offences as the state attempts to tackle what it believes is a growing ...

Victoria: Police Considering Mobile Camera Network To Monitor Vehicles

MON, 27 APR, 2015

Police in Victoria plan to introduce a network of car-mounted cameras in an effort to monitor the state’s ‘most wanted’ motorists.

NSW To Ditch Plastic Driver Licence Cards: Premier

SAT, 14 MAR, 2015

New South Wales Premier Mike Baird has promised to scrap ‘traditional’ plastic licence cards if the Coalition wins this month’s s...

Survey: Older Drivers In The US Support Tougher Scrutiny... On Themselves

MON, 8 DEC, 2014

A survey by the American Automobile Association (AAA) has found older drivers are more than happy to subject themselves to driving scrutiny.

Vic: Labor Promises Defensive Driver Training In Year 10, RACV Opposed

TUE, 11 NOV, 2014

Victoria’s opposition has promised a $146 million driver training program for young drivers, if it wins this month’s state election.

Victoria: Police Operation Nabs Alleged Demerit Point Dealers

SAT, 20 SEP, 2014

Police in Victoria have arrested 16 people following a four-month investigation into 'demerit point trading’.

QUT Study Seeks Elderly Drivers' Road Safety Influences

TUE, 5 AUG, 2014

The Queensland University of Technology is asking older drivers who they ‘listen to’ before getting behind the wheel.

Former RTA NSW Official Calls For More Police, Fewer Speed Cameras

TUE, 10 JUN, 2014

A former manager with the New South Wales Roads And Traffic Authority (now Roads and Maritime Services), Lex Stewart, has called for more...


Spotting Road Ragers: Look for Rice

TUE, 24 JUN, 2008

If you've ever wondered how to spot a road rager, and their aggressive tailgating and sudden swerving of lanes while gesticulating in the cabin do...