If your licence is suspended or cancelled due to a drink-driving offence you will need to return your licence to VicRoads within seven days of your suspension start date to:
VicRoads Licence and Registration Services
Locked Bag 7000, Kew VIC 3101
It may be useful to apply for a Victorian Proof of Age card or Australian Keypass card for identification needs before you hand your licence in.
Once you have served your cancellation period you need to apply to VicRoads to get your licence back. Requirements to regain your licence vary and depend on your age, type of offence, your BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) reading and whether it is your first or a subsequent offence.
You may need to:
- pay fines
- participate in a driver education program
- undertake assessments
- attend court
- obtain a record of your driving history
- arrange the installation of an alcohol interlock device
- arrange a final interlock reading and an assessment.
Visit the VicRoads website for further information on getting your licence back or contact VicRoads on 131171.
If your licence disqualification is managed by the Victorian Magistrates’ Court you will need to obtain a Licence Eligibility Order. For further information visit the Driver’s Licence Eligibility Order Guide.