Do you know what the drink driving fines are for a DUI offence in Queensland? Drink driving is obviously a serious offence and if you are caught you will be facing a significant drink driving fine as well as a licence suspension. This can have significant consequences for you and your family. Can you afford to pay for the drink driving fine? Can you afford to not be able to drive to work for the period of your suspension? Rarely do people think this through when they make the decision to have one more drink before they hit the road.

What are the drink driving fines for DUI?

The below table shows the fines that are applicable for a first time driving offence in Queensland.

 

Blood/breath alcohol concentration (BAC) Maximum fine amount
Over 0.00, but under 0.05 BAC (learner, probationary or provisional licences and drivers of particular motor vehicles)
$1,649
0.05 and over, but under 0.10
$1,649
0.10 and over, but under 0.15
$2,356
0.15 and over
$3,298

 

As you can see, there is a significant financial penalty for drink driving. If you have had a previous drink driving offence, then you may be fined over $7000 and even face a prison term depending on the severity of the case.

It is therefore vital that if you are facing a significant drink driving fine, that you speak to a specialist traffic lawyer such as GC Traffic Lawyers. We will provide a free initial consultation whereby we can discuss your case and give you an assessment on how much we can reduce your drink driving fine by. We will also then put what we think we can do for you in writing and if you choose to use our services and we don’t meet the outcome that we promise you, then we will not charge you a our fee. This is an iron clad money back guarantee.

Call GC Traffic Lawyers now on 07 5528 6665 if you are facing a drink driving fine that you need to reduce.

Drink driving fines source: https://www.qld.gov.au/transport/safety/road-safety/drink-driving/penalties/charged/