High Range (0.08 to 0.149)

High Range Drink Driving is illegal under section 110 of the Road Transport Act 2013 (NSW).

The offence is committed by any person who drives a motor vehicle on a public road with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.150 or above.

The law regards high range drink driving as very serious. The maximum penalty for this offence is a term of imprisonment. This offence, upon conviction also carries a disqualification period and an interlock period where you would have to install an interlock device in you car.

It is possible to reduce the disqualification period. Our dedicated team can represent you at any court. We have represented taxi drivers, uber drivers, bus drivers, tow truck drivers, courier drivers and everyday drivers. We will fight to achieve the best result possible for you. With our extensive knowledge of criminal and traffic law, you can be rest assured that you are receiving the best advice and representation possible.