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    Yann 32 ans

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    Bonjour,

    Je me suis pris une suspension de permis de 3mois et une amende dans le victoria.
    J'aimerai savoir si la suspension de permis est valable dans tous les états d'Australie car j'en ai besoin pour travailler ?
    Merci aux moralisateurs de passer leurs chemins, je ne suis pas un chauffard habituellement.

    Merci d'avance.

    Peace.

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    Message de klmp21
    Bonjour,

    Je me suis pris une suspension de permis de 3mois et une amende dans le victoria.
    J'aimerai savoir si la suspension de permis est valable dans tous les états d'Australie car j'en ai besoin pour travailler ?
    Merci aux moralisateurs de passer leurs chemins, je ne suis pas un chauffard habituellement.

    Merci d'avance.

    Peace.
    Salut Yann,

    New South Wales : je ne pense pas que ce soit possible

    If you hold an overseas licence, you are allowed to drive the vehicles covered by your overseas licence in NSW indefinitely, as long as:
    • You remain a temporary overseas visitor
    • Your overseas licence remains current
    • You have not been disqualified from driving in NSW or anywhere else
    • You have not had your licence suspended or cancelled, or your visiting driving privileges withdrawn
    Source : Visiting NSW - Licence - Roads - Roads and Maritime Services

    Western Australia : je ne pense pas que ce soit possible

    To be able to drive on WA roads with your overseas driver's licence (and international driving permit, if applicable), you must:

    Carry your licence (and international driving permit, if applicable) with you at all times while driving and show it to a police officer if asked to do so.
    - Comply with any other conditions of your licence.
    - Drive only those vehicles that you are authorised to drive.
    - Hold a current licence that is not suspended or cancelled (you cannot drive on your overseas licence if you are disqualified from driving or your driving privileges are withdrawn).
    Source : Visiting from overseas

    Queensland : je ne pense pas que ce soit possible

    Driving in Queensland on an interstate or overseas licence

    If you’re visiting Queensland from another country, you can drive if you have a valid overseas licence.

    [...]
    When you can’t drive in Queensland
    As well as the suspension mentioned above, you can’t drive in Queensland if:


    - an Australian court has disqualified you from holding or getting a driver licence
    Source : Driving in Queensland on an interstate or overseas licence | Transport and motoring | Queensland Government

    South Australia : je ne pense pas non plus

    If you are just visiting Australia, you can drive the same type of vehicle as your current licence allows, but you must drive according to any conditions on your overseas licence.


    You will need either one of these:


    - a current licence issued in another country that is written in English
    - a current licence with an English translation if necessary or an international driver's licence.


    You must carry your licence documents at all times when driving and produce these and your passport to police on request.


    You must not be disqualified from driving in any country.
    Source : SA.GOV.AU - Driving with an overseas licence

    Tasmanie : je ne pense pas non plus

    Driving/Riding on your Overseas Licence

    You can drive/ride in Tasmania on your overseas licence if you are a visitor OR have a temporary visa (e.g. international students, refugees, working, holiday) OR have a permanent visa that has not been issued more than 3 months, as long as:

    • Your overseas licence remains current;
    • You have not been disqualified from driving in Tasmania or anywhere else in the world;
    • Your licence has not been suspended or cancelled;
    • Your visitor’s exemption (right to drive/ride in Tasmania using your overseas licence) has not been terminated;
    • You have not been issued a Tasmanian licence (learner, provisional or full);
    • You carry your licence with you, and if it is not in English you must also carry an International Drivers Permit or an official translation.
    Northern Territory : je ne pense pas non plus

    You cannot drive on public roads in the NT if you have:
    • a licence that is expired
    a licence that has been cancelled or suspended
    • had your driving privileges withdrawn in the NT
    been disqualified from driving by a court of law in Australia or overseas.
    Source : https://nt.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_...ing-system.pdf


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    Yann 32 ans

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    D'accord, merci beaucoup pour ton aide !

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    Yann 32 ans

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    Hey ! Le temps de suspension passé, j'ai payé mon amende, est ce que je vais retrouver automatiquement mon permis ? Ou ai-je des démarches à faire ? Je n'ai pas réussi a trouver l'information.