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Interlock must be fitted before drink driver can get a licence

From 1 December 2019, a person who has had their licence cancelled or has been disqualified for a drink driving offence must organise to have an approved interlock device fitted to their vehicle.

From 1 December 2019, a person who has had their licence cancelled or has been disqualified for a drink driving offence must organise to have an approved interlock device fitted to their vehicle. They must produce evidence of this to VicRoads before they will be issued with another licence.

It does not matter whether the offence that led to the disqualification happened before or after this date.

See s. 23B, 103ZK(2)—Road Safety Act 1986 (Vic)(opens in a new window)..

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