NZTA Return of Licence Assessment
Individuals sentenced under Section 65 of the Land Transport Act 1998 and wish to have their disqualification removed (as per Section 100 of the Act), can re-apply for their driver licence after serving the mandatory minimum disqualification period. Part of this process is to undertake a medical assessment for drug and alcohol rehabilitation and RIW Health Ltd is an approved Drug & Alcohol Assessment Centre for the Wellington Region.
Dr Whiteside is an experience Occupational Medical Physician, who will take you through the process for the return of your licence under this criteria and process for approval.
He will assess ‘fitness to drive’ of repeat offenders sentenced for offences involving alcohol and other drugs, and who have a history of such offending.
He will take this opportunity to create a change of thinking and behaviour in identified repeat offenders convicted of offences,
He will identify a framework that will support the process of removing a person’s disqualification from holding or obtaining a driver licence (Section 100 of the Act) to allow people sentenced to reapply for their drivers licence with supporting medical evidence (Blood Tests), assessment and reports to NZTA.
NZTA Heavy Duty Medical Certificates DL9
We are happy to complete the standard medical assessment which is required by NZTA everytime you apply for, or renew, a heavy driver licence.
- A Class 2, 3, 4 or 5 driver licence is required to drive heavy motor vehicles.
- You must have the right class of driver licence for the type and weight of vehicle you want to drive.
- Some specialised vehicles require the driver to also hold an appropriate endorsement, Factsheet 11, Driver licence classes explains the vehicle types and weights covered by each class and endorsement. Factsheets are available on our website and from driver licensing agents.