How do I remove myself as a Habitual Traffic Offender?

Prior to 28 October, 2017, Traffic for NSW (“TFNSW”) had the authority to declare a person a Habitual Traffic Offender if a minimum of three serious traffic offences had been dealt with by the courts over a 5-year period.  

In addition to a court-imposed disqualification, the TFNSW would impose an additional 5-year disqualification to be served consecutively with the court-imposed disqualification, leading to what was arguably a disproportionate penalty.

Though this scheme is no longer in operation, its abolition has not resulted in the offences being quashed. There are two ways of doing this. You will need to either:

  • Apply to have your disqualification removed (see above section); OR
  • Apply to have the Habitual Traffic Offender’s declaration quashed

Please seek legal advice as to which type of application will give the best possible chance of success.

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