(cf DL Act, s 11)
(1) Transport for NSW must, in accordance with the statutory rules, recognise--(a) driver licences issued by another jurisdiction, and(b) licence conditions that apply to those licences, other than conditions that apply only in circumstances that are unique to that other jurisdiction or that are prescribed by the statutory rules.
(2) The statutory rules may provide for the effect of the recognition of driver licences and licence conditions by Transport for NSW.
(3) If a person who holds a driver licence issued by another driver licensing authority--(a) commits an offence in this jurisdiction that is included in the national schedule of demerit points, or(b) pays the amount specified in a penalty notice for such an offence,Transport for NSW must, as soon as practicable, transmit all relevant information about the offence to the other driver licensing authority.
(4) If a person who is not the holder of an Australian driver licence--(a) commits an offence in this jurisdiction that is included in the national schedule of demerit points, or(b) pays the amount specified in a penalty notice for such an offence,Transport for NSW must transmit the relevant information about the offence to the driver licensing authority of the jurisdiction in which the person ordinarily resides.
(5) However, Transport for NSW is not required to transmit any information until after--(a) if the person appeals against a conviction for the offence and the appeal is dismissed or discontinued--the dismissal or discontinuance of the appeal, or(b) if the person does not appeal--the last time at which the person could have appealed, or(c) if the person does not pay the penalty specified in a penalty notice issued to the person in respect of the offence and the person does not elect to have the matter dealt with by a court--the time for the person to have the matter so dealt with has elapsed.
(6) If Transport for NSW receives information about a person from another driver licensing authority under a provision of a law of the other jurisdiction that corresponds to this section, Transport for NSW must take the action it would have taken if the offence had been committed in this jurisdiction.