Driving tests

What’s the difference between driver licence suspension and disqualification?

A suspension happens to your licence – the licence becomes temporarily invalid, therefore you can’t use it to drive. A disqualification happens to the driver – the driver becomes unable to drive or hold a licence, whether they have a

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Organisations promoting driver safety in schools

In addition to NZTA, there are three main non-profit organisations that promote driver safety in schools. As 15-19-year-olds are the drivers most at risk, these organisations run workshops and provide material that helps young drivers make the right choice, and

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Drink driving limits to be reduced

According to Stuff, cabinet has approved a lower drink driving limit of 50mg per 100ml of blood down from 80mg. It will still be some time before this comes into effect because the legislation to change the law hasn’t had

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