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Woman driving six times over legal alcohol limit-Drink driving lawyer

Woman driving six times over legal alcohol limit-Drink driving lawyer

Drink Driving, Road rules, Uncategorized

Woman driving six times over legal alcohol limit   A woman crashed into a stationary Nissan Navara on Caravan Head Road in Oyster Bay just before 2.40 pm on Wednesday, whilst drink driving. The 43-year-old woman was heading to a school in Sutherland shire in a Lexus SUV with an alcohol level of almost six […]

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Use of Mobile Phones sitting in laps

Use of Mobile Phones sitting in laps

Mobile phone driving, Road rules, Uncategorized

Use of Mobile Phone in laps   From 1 July 2018 drivers can be charged for using mobile phone whilst driving via camera detection. Mobile phone driving is having a huge crack down. This includes use of mobile phone in your lap for navigation. The technology doesn’t track the person’s face to see if they […]

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Another Victim of Dangerous Driving

Another Victim of Dangerous Driving

Drink Driving, Drug driving, Mobile phone driving, Road rules, Uncategorized

Another Victim of Dangerous Driving   A fatal collision in the western suburbs of Truganina has claimed the life of a ten-year-old girl due to dangerous driving. The second child, a four-year-old boy taken to Royal Children’s Hospital with life threatening injuries died. The crash occurred at midnight on Sunday when the driver of the Ford […]

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Driving with a suspended/disqualified license

Driving with a suspended/disqualified license

Drink Driving, Drug driving, Mobile phone driving, Road rules, Uncategorized

Driving with suspended/disqualified license   Driving while suspended/disqualified can have serious ramifications in NSW. The driver is automatically disqualified if caught, while driving suspended. The circumstances that cause suspension include accumulation of demerit points, an on-the-spot police suspension, a court issued suspension, and non-payment of fines. Penalty The penalty that is handed down depends upon […]

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Alcohol and driving – The facts

Alcohol and driving – The facts

Drink Driving, Drug driving, Road rules, Smoking and driving

Don’t lose control You don’t have to be drunk to be affected by alcohol. You might feel normal but no one drives well after drinking alcohol. Drink driving is a factor in about one in every seven crashes in NSW where someone loses their life. Of the drink drivers/riders who were killed in the five-year period from […]

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Whiplash – Everything you need to know

Whiplash – Everything you need to know

Road rules, Uncategorized

whiplash Whiplash occurs when a person’s head moves backward and then forward suddenly with great force. This injury is most common following a rear-end car collision. It can also result from physical abuse, sports injuries, or amusement park rides. Whiplash results when the soft tissues (the muscles and ligaments) of your neck extend beyond their […]

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Are children a bigger distraction than mobile phones?

Are children a bigger distraction than mobile phones?

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Drivers often do not consider their children to be a distraction. In a first-of-its-kind study, Monash University researchers have found children are 12 times more distracting to a driver than talking on a mobile phone while at the wheel. The researchers, from the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC) found the average parent takes their […]

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Drink driving and drug driving – What is the legal limit?

Drink driving and drug driving – What is the legal limit?

Drink Driving, Drug driving, Smoking and driving, Uncategorized

Alcohol and drugs – Driving under the influence Alcohol The laws in NSW limit the amount of alcohol you can consume if you are driving a vehicle. Legal limits Your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) must be under the limit as shown in the table. Heavy penalties apply for driving with a blood alcohol concentration on […]

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