(cf DL Act, s 17B)
(1) Transport for NSW may give a notice of licence suspension or cancellation to the holder of a learner licence or a provisional licence who incurs the threshold number of demerit points within the 3-year period ending on the day on which the person last committed an offence for which demerit points have been recorded against the person.
(2) A notice of licence suspension must specify the date on which the suspension is to take effect and any driver licence to which the notice applies, and must contain any other matters specified by the statutory rules. The date specified must not be earlier than 28 days after the notice is given.
(3) If a person is served with a notice of licence suspension under this section, all driver licences held by the person in relation to which the threshold number of demerit points is the same or lower than the number of demerit points taken into account for the purposes of the notice, are suspended on and from the date, and for the period, specified in the notice.
(6) The statutory rules may make provision for or with respect to the following matters--(a) notices of cancellation to holders of learner licences or provisional licences who incur the threshold number of demerit points,(b) the circumstances in which Transport for NSW may issue a notice of cancellation to holders of learner licences or provisional licences who incur the threshold number of demerit points,(c) prescribing the driver licences held by a person that may be cancelled as a consequence of incurring demerit points the subject of a notice of cancellation served on the person,(d) the deletion of demerit points recorded in the NSW demerit points register against a person on cancellation of the person's licence.