New Drink Driving Rules in NSW

NSW has introduced tough new drink-driving laws which will result in people caught driving over the alcohol limit to have their licence immediately suspended.

Transport and Roads Minister Andrew Constance recently announced the new penalties for any driver, even if they are a first time offender or low-range offender.

Offending drivers will receive an immediate $561  fine and 3 month licence suspension.

Mr Constance said the new law sends the message that if you break the law, you will pay the price.He said authorities would be taking a zero-tolerance approach to drink and drug driving.

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