On 28 October 2017, new laws came into effect which abolished the habitual offender scheme in NSW which means that habitual offender declarations can no longer be made imposing automatic disqualification periods.

However, existing declarations remain effective for those who were declared habitual offenders before the commencement of the new rules.

This means habitual offenders who want to get their licences back early will need to apply to the local court to remove the disqualification periods.

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