Allow four days to receive the infringement notice in the mail.
It is important to give your current postal address to the police officer at the time of the alleged offence.
You are convicted of an offence when (a) you pay the Penalty Fee associated with your Infringement, or (b) 28 days have lapsed from the Date of Infringement and you have not paid the Penalty Fee.
Once convicted, the Registrar of Motor Vehicles will notify you of the start and end date of the licence suspension or disqualification.
It is the responsibility of licence holders or vehicle owners to be aware of the expiry dates of their licences or registrations, and renew them before they expire.
A reproduction of a Speed Camera Photograph (of an incident involving you or your vehicle) can be obtained by contacting Traffic Liaison Services and quoting the Infringement Notice number. For further information, contact Traffic Liaison Services.
If a company car has received a Speed Camera Infringement Notice, you should first view the Speed Camera Photograph to identify the driver.
, a driver has 28 days to take action in relation to an Infringement Notice they have been issued; this may include Lodgement of a Notice of Election for a Court Hearing with the Monetary Penalties Enforcement Service.
Failure to take action on an Infringement Notice within 28 days will result in the driver being deemed convicted and further financial/regulatory sanctions may be imposed by the Monetary Penalties Enforcement Service.