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Before you apply

To be eligible to apply for internal review:

  • you must be the person to whom the decision relates
  • you must make the application within 28 days after receiving the notice of the decision.

If the decision relates to your licence being suspended due to an overdue medical report, or failure to undertake a driving assessment, please discuss with your Case Manager before making an application.

Please note that the original decision will remain in effect until the review is complete and you have been advised in writing of the outcome.

Making an application

For an application for review to be considered, it must:

  • be in writing
  • state the decision to which the application relates
  • provide reasons for seeking the review.

An application for review can be made by:

  1. Completing the online form here.
  2. Emailing
  3. Writing to ‘Internal Review Officer Department of State Growth’ GPO Box 536, HOBART TAS 7001.

What to expect after an application is made

After you apply, you can normally expect a decision to be made within 14 days.  However, this time may be extended by up to a further 28 days, if more time is needed to properly consider your application.  You will be notified in writing if an extension of time to make a decision is required.

Application for External Review

If you do not agree with the internal review decision you can apply to the Magistrates Court (Administrative Appeals Division) for a review.

Further details outlining how to make an application for external review are provided with the internal review decision.