If your licence has been suspended an appeal must be lodged with a court within 28 days of being issued the suspension notice. It is imperative that you act quickly and seek our legal advice immediately.
- You can appeal to the local court against a licence suspension if you are suspended:
- for speeding more than 30 km/hr over the speed limit
- for speeding more than 45 km/hr over the speed limit, or on the spot by a police officer.
You can also appeal against a suspension if you are a provisional or learner licence holder and RMS suspended your licence because you had too many demerit points.
Contact us for more information.