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If you commit a criminal offence or crime, receiving an alcohol/drug related offence or other traffic offences while licensed, your Ancillary Certificates may be cancelled.

If you are disqualified from driving, your Ancillary Certificate will be automatically cancelled.  

Unless the court issues you with a Restricted Driver Licence to drive a Public Passenger Vehicle, you will have to re-apply for your Ancillary Certificate and provide the Registrar of Motor Vehicles a letter of explanation outlining why you should be re-issued with a Public Passenger Vehicle Ancillary Certificate.  (Letter can be submitted 28 days prior to your disqualification ending.)