A 90-Day Immediate Roadside Prohibition (IRP) may be issued if the police believe you failed a breathalyser test or you refused to blow into the device at the roadside. If you have received this notice, your license will be taken away, and you will be prohibited from driving for 90 days. Your vehicle will also be impounded for 30 days, and you will be required to pay the towing and impoundment fees. In addition you will likely have to complete the Responsible Driver Program at a cost of $880 and have have an interlock device installed in your vehicle at the cost of $1,700. You will also have to pay for the installation and service fees for the interlock device, which can grow to the total cost of approximately $5000.

If this has happened to you contact a criminal defence lawyer immediately.

You have 7 days to challenge the IRP and associated penalties to the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles.

I am IRP defence lawyer Michael Bloom and I know how to successfully challenge this type of driving prohibition and its related consequences. If your review is successful, you will be able to avoid all penalties and have your license reinstated.


Call 604 603 5513 or submit a form here as soon as possible after you have received a 90-Day IRP to submit your review and have your right to drive reinstated.