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ROAD TRANSPORT ACT 2013 - SECT 215A
Effect of completion of interlock period
(1) At the end of the day on which the holder of an interlock driver licence
completes the interlock period applicable to the holder--
disqualification period referred to in section 211(1)(a) in respect of which a
mandatory interlock order or interlock exemption order was originally made or
the incomplete disqualification period referred to in section 213 is taken to
have expired, and
(b) the holder is entitled to apply (if otherwise eligible)
for a licence without an interlock condition.
(2) Nothing in this section
confers a right on the holder of an interlock driver licence who has completed
an interlock period applicable to the holder to be issued with a licence
without an interlock condition.
(2A) Transport for NSW may, on the grounds
prescribed by the statutory rules, refuse an application to vary an
interlock driver licence so as to remove an interlock condition to which it is
(3) Any period during which an interlock driver licence held by a
person is suspended is not to be taken into account in determining whether the
person has completed the interlock period applicable to the person for the
purposes of this section.
(4) For the purposes of this Division, any period
during which a person holds an external interlock driver licence while a
mandatory interlock order is in force in respect of the person is taken to be
a period during which the person holds an interlock driver licence.
Accordingly, that period is to be taken into account in determining whether
the person has completed the interlock period applicable to the person (in
respect of that mandatory interlock order) for the purposes of this section.
(5) In this section--
"external interlock driver licence" means an Australian driver licence of
another jurisdiction that is subject to a requirement under a law of that
jurisdiction allowing the holder to drive only a motor vehicle fitted with an
interlock device (however described).
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