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Submissions to the Land Transport Amendment Bill due on 14 February

January 21, 2014 at 3:40 PM

The Land Transport Amendment Bill aims to reduce the current adult blood and breath alcohol limit and introduce other changes relating to enforcement, offences and penalties.


The change will save lives, reduce social costs and significantly improve road safety.


We encourage you and/or your organisation to make a submission supporting the proposed changes. Submissions close Friday, 14 February 2014


You can download the submissions template and guide here and make your submissions.


If you would like any further information on the Bill or help with your submission, please contact Raj on Email or Phone 09 520 7039.


Please forward it to your colleagues and networks.

Category: Submissions