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Drink Driving: Being charged with a drink driving or DUI offence can be a traumatic experience for most people. For truck drivers, a charge for a drink driving or DUI offence often means the loss of their livelihood
Speed Limiting: To ensure that the lower speed limit is complied with, the law in NSW requires most heavy vehicles to be fitted with a device that limits the maximum speed that it can travel to 100 kilometres per hour.* There are a number of offences that a person can be charged with if this requirement is not complied with.
Mass overload: Breach of the mass, dimension and loading requirements for heavy vehicles under the Road Transport (Mass, Loading and Access) Regulation. In this section you will find valuable information on breaches of the mass requirements for heavy vehicles, or "mass overload offences".
Dimension Limits: In recent years the consequences of not complying with the legal dimension limits for heavy vehicles have been spectacularly displayed with New South Wales major roads being blocked by trucks whose drivers have found themselves stuck in bridges and tunnels. As a result, the authorities have stepped up enforcement of the strict dimension limits set by the law.
Load Restraint: Unsecured loads on heavy vehicles can pose significant danger to road users. The law requires all people involved in the operation of a heavy vehicle to ensure that it is loaded safely and securely.
Heavy Vehicle Compliance Program: The Roads and Maritime Services requires that drivers of heavy vehicles present their vehicles for inspection at Heavy Vehicle Checking Stations (HVCS) throughout NSW.
In NSW, traffic offences are treated seriously. Therefore, it is important to get competent legal advice as early as possible, whether you have received a penalty notice, had your licence suspended or been charged with a serious offence. Our lawyers are highly experienced and understand the difficulties you face without a licence. We can guide you through the process while dealing with the various authorities related to your matter.