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Make sure you have all the facts about how alcohol accects your ability to drive.

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Legal Issues

It is illegal for someone under the age of 18 to drink or buy alcohol in most states. Even getting someone who is 18 to buy or supply you alcohol in a licensed venue or public place is illegal in most states. You and the person supplying the alcohol could be fined.


Excessive drinking can lead to alcohol-related violence and assault, and could lead to a criminal record or fines for those persons found guilty of an offence.


It is also illegal to drive while under the influence of alcohol. In some states if you are a learner or provisional driver, having any alcohol in your system is illegal. Drink driving puts the driver, passengers, pedestrians and other drivers at serious risk of injury or death.2 You may not realise it at the time, but alcohol seriously affects your general driving judgement and reaction times.


Losing your license from drink driving ( or having a criminal record from alcohol-related assault or violence will impact your life more than you think. It can limit job opportunities and hanging out with friends.


Closing the dangerous tax loophole for alcopops, aimed at hooking young girls on drinking.


Binge-drinking hurts our communities. It hurts our hospitals. It hurts mums and dads. And it hurts our kids.


No. Drink spiking is illegal. "It is a serious offence to introduce a drug into the body of another person without their knowledge or consent, especially if the offender uses the drug to help them commit a sexual offence.

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Latest Blog & News

New drink and drug driving penalties
24 Apr 2018
New drink and drug driving penalties that will become effective as of 30 April 2018. 

Briefly, the new laws are as follows.   Drink driving: Anyone with a full driver licence... Read full article...