Can you get a ticket for driving a bike drunk?

Can you be charged for riding a bike drunk?

Someone cycling home under the influence could be charged with careless driving if it can be shown they have used their bicycle carelessly or without reasonable consideration for other persons under section 2 & 8 of the LTA.

Can you lose your driving license for cycling drunk?

The punishment of cycling under the influence

Your driving licence cannot be endorsed. The Police would most likely assess the cyclist and if they felt the cyclist was a danger to himself and/or others they might arrest him or the cyclist would be cautioned or face a fine.

Is driving barefoot illegal?

While it is not illegal to drive barefoot, it is formally considered unsafe. Some believe a driver may have more control over the car when driving barefoot than with some shoes. Though barefoot driving is not illegal, local regulations could prohibit it. While not illegal, barefoot driving is not encouraged.

Can you ride an electric bike if banned from driving?

Electric bikes (EAPC’s) are an affordable and environmentally friendly alternative means of transport for drivers who are disqualified from driving. Electric bikes that meet certain specific technical requirements do not need to be registered, insured, taxed and no licence is required to ride them.

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Can you lose your Licence for riding a bike drunk WA?

Riding under the influence

It is an offence under Section 229 of the Road Traffic Code to ride a bicycle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs to such an extent as to be incapable of having proper control of the bicycle. The penalty for this offence is a maximum of 2 penalty units.

Is it against the law to ride a bike without lights?

It is illegal to cycle on a public road after dark without lights and reflectors. When you ride a bicycle in the dark, the law requires that you have lights and reflectors; and the law is quite specific as to what lights and what reflectors you use. …