New or Probationary Motorists
For a new motorist who is under one year probation from the date of grant of his driving licence, his new driving licence will be revoked and become invalid when he accumulates 13 or more demerit points during his probationary period. The licence holder will have to retake all the necessary driving tests (theory and practical) to obtain a licence to drive/ride again.
Offences committed Demerit points Fine
Exceeding speed limit on a road by 1 to 20 kilometres per hour 4 $130
Exceeding speed limit on a road by 21 to 30 kilometres per hour 6 $150
Exceeding speed limit on a road by 31 to 40 kilometres per hour 8 $170
Exceeding speed limit on a road by 41 to 50 kilometres per hour 12 prosecuted in court
Exceeding speed limit on a road by 51 to 60 kilometres per hour 18 prosecuted in court
Exceeding speed limit on a road by more than 60 kilometres per hour 24 prosecuted in court
Reckless or dangerous driving 24 prosecuted in court
Liverpool revival has started....
today is Friday! guys, have a good weekend and enjoy please
To be happy you have to not worry about anything.
There's some really good advice as to how to choose the right wheelchair and other mobility equipment on the NHS website. There seems to be a fair few important things to take into consideration according to them. It sounds like you want a chair that's easy to manoeuvre so your son can have some fun in the playground, this means getting larger rear wheels. There's loads of tips on the site, have a look:
My headache is gone, now I can really enjoy my rides sitting behind my husband.
Last edited by SandyS1; 06-01-2019 at 03:26 AM.