Victoria Police have announced recenly that there will be more funds sought from the State government to install number plate recognition software (NPRS) into all police cars. This will mean that Victorian drivers who wish to play russian roulette and drive with a suspended licence will face a much higher risk of being detected and charged by police. The penalties for driving suspended are a fine and a further suspension of your licence or even a jail term if you continue to be caught by police. If you are intercepted at a Booze bus police will always check not only your alcohol or drug level but also your licence. If you are caught driving suspended you face the daunting prospect of a summons and a court appearance. The Magistrate will determine whether you keep your licence or have it further suspended. This can mean the difference between keeping your job or losing it.

Paul Reynolds is one of the Best Drink Driving Lawyers in Melbourne, Dandenong, Heidelberg & Geelong.