Enrol To A Drink Driver Behaviour Change Program

If you were caught drink-driving with BAC of 0.05% – 0.149% and it was your first offense and you didn’t have drugs/substances in your system, then you are applicable for this program.

The program offered following a drink or drug driving conviction involves attendance for 2 x 3 hour session.

Vic Roads will notify you in writing which program you are required to complete. If you have not received a letter please email ddd@roads.vic.gov.au

At Drive Safe Drive Right, we want you to succeed in attaining your driver’s licence.  By completing the Drink Drive Behaviour Change program, Drive Safe Drive Right will provide information to VicRoads in relation to your completion of the Behaviour Change Program.

The ‘Drink Driver Behaviour Change Program’ is a program approved by VicRoads under the Road Safety Act 1986. Drive Safe Drive Right is one of a number of providers approved by VicRoads to delivery Drink Driver Behaviour Change Programs.

Alcohol interlocks were introduced on 1st January 2007, From the 30/04/2018 all offenders need to have this device installed.


This drink driver behaviour program works to help those that are convicted of a first drink-driving offence get their licence back.

You’ll attend 2 x 3-hour sessions to work on eliminating repeat offences. Upon completion, you will install an interlock device on your vehicle before getting your licence back.

The 2 x 3-hour session courses cost $430 (including the $67 Government Fee) or $390 (concession that includes a $34 Government Fee). Contact us for more information about our services in our shop, including our drug-driver change program.

Completing a drink driver behaviour change program can reduce your insurance premiums.

When do I install the interlock?

When you have completed your Behaviour Change Program (as instructed by VicRoads), you must then install an interlock device before you get your licence back.

For more detailed information. See VicRoads Website

Interlock Exemption Interview

If you have a drink driving offence that was committed prior to October 2014, you may be eligible to apply to VicRoads for an exemption from the alcohol Interlock condition prior to being relicensed. Odyssey House conducts the interview required as part of that application process.