The safer driver`s contract is valid for the duration of your temporary driver`s licence. If you opt for a safer driving contract and you violate your driver`s licence conditions or re-accumulate four or more demotion points: a mandatory alcohol locking system applies in South Australia. This means that drivers who commit a ”serious alcohol-related offence” are required to adjust an alcohol lock with their driver`s licence for a period equivalent to disqualification or, depending on the time limit, for a vehicle they have declared at the end of the driver`s licence. Once you have successfully made your call, you cannot call again or enter into a safer driver contract for a new five-year term. If the safer driver contract is not requested within 28 days, the disqualification will take effect (if the notification has been confirmed). Under the Alcohol Interlock system, drivers are responsible for all costs associated with the installation, maintenance and maintenance of the locking device. With the repeal of the driver`s licence regression system, disqualified drivers will return to the driver`s licence they had at the time of the offence, not the previous phase. For example, if a driver with a P1 licence commits a violation of the conditions resulting in disqualification and enters into a contract for safer drivers, he or she can apply for a P1 licence instead of returning to a learning licence. When a provisional driver violates the driving conditions of his driver`s licence or accumulates four or more points, he may enter into an agreement on safer drivers instead of the six-month disqualification period, unless it is a serious obligation to disqualify. If a driver then violates his driver`s licence requirements, he collects 4 or more demerite points again. The withdrawal period must be served, as there is no recourse to the Magistrate [Autonomous Vehicles Act 1959 (SA) s 81BB (2)].
A temporary driver, disqualified for a serious offence, may refer the matter to the Court for ”serious and unusual difficulties”. The driver`s driving history is taken into account. Provisional driver`s licence holders who have been disqualified may opt for an agreement on safer drivers instead of serving the six-month disqualification period [Motor Vehicles Act 1959 (SA) s 81BA]. In cases where you receive a licence withdrawal because you have accumulated 12 or more points on a full license, you can apply for a so-called ”good conduct” option. In South Australia, a mandatory alcohol interlock system is in effect. This means that drivers who commit a ”serious alcohol-related offence” are required to adjust an alcohol lock with the vehicle they have designated at the end of their driver`s licence, for a period equivalent to disqualification, or no more than three years, depending on the deadline, to a vehicle they have designated at the end of their driver`s licence withdrawal.