Interlock driver licence for PCA and DUI offenders
Written on the 14th of April 2010
Recent statistics show that over 15 percent of drink-drivers return to court for another drink-driving offence within five years (Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research, NSW, 9 December 2009). In many cases, the second offence is committed just a few months after the driver has regained his or her driver licence following disqualification for the first offence. Such drivers pose a serious risk to themselves and other road-users.
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