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The below list outlines offences against the Australian Road Rules and Private Parking Areas Act with associated fees set by the State Government annually.
A late fee of $67.00 applies for failing to pay an expiation notice by the due date.
Private Parking Areas Act:
Australian Road Rules:
**please note, parking offences do not attract demerit points**
Appeals against expiation notices must be in writing using the Review of Decision Application Form.
These forms are available from Council upon request, or can be downloaded below. Read the application form thoroughly and answer the questions in the box on the bottom of page 1 before completing this form. If you answer "no" to all the questions it is unlikely the expiation notice can be withdrawn.
If you were not the driver or you did not own the vehicle at the time of the offence, please complete and return the Statutory Declaration (see link below) with the original expiation so that it can be reissued.
If the form is not completed in full including being witnessed by a Justice of the Peace, public notary, a commissioner for taking affidavits in the Supreme Courts of South Australia or a member of the police force, and the expiation is not returned, we are unable to reissue the expiation. Therefore the expiation will remain the responsibility of the current vehicle owner as per the Service SA (formally Motor Registration) database.
You need to complete the Review of Decision Application Form and Statement of Appeal Form or Statutory Declaration. Please ensure you quote the expiation notice/ticket number/s, and vehicle registration number if known. Also, ensure your correspondence includes your full name and address and, if possible, a daytime telephone contact number.
Driver's licence number and date of birth are required before any appeal can be assessed, this also includes dog expiation appeals.
Where possible, provide substantiation, e.g. an RAA report of a breakdown or Disabled Person's Permit details. If in the case of a parking offence where you were not the driver at the time of the offence, please include a statutory declaration with the relevant details of the driver's name and address. Also include a brief outline of the reasons for the appeal on the statutory declaration.
When appealing dog expiation notices, please also provide relevant documentation to support your appeal.
Please forward the completed documents via one of the following methods:
Upon receipt of your appeal, the expiation notice will be put 'on hold' pending an investigation. You will be advised by Council of the outcome once a decision has been made.
Please note that Council cannot consider an appeal once the matter has been transferred to the Fines Enforcement and Recovery Unit, which occurs once the due date on the reminder notice has expired. Any enquiries after this stage will need to be referred to the Fines Enforcement and Recovery Unit by phoning 1800 659 538.