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What is Under the Limit?


Under the Limit is an 11 week drink driving prevention and rehabilitation program that is offered through the magistrates courts in association with a probation order or on legal or self referral. The program focuses on offenders devising solutions to avoid drink driving that are most appropriate to their own circumstances. It focuses on reducing alcohol consumption by placing it in the context of lifestyle problems, such as lack of exercise, diet, stress, friendships and the family. More...


Information for Participants

Information for Trainers

Information for Solicitors, Magistrates, Probation and Parole Officers

 

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Publications

UTL Brochure [PDF, 271KB]

UTL A3 Poster [PDF, 362KB]

UTL Flyer [PDF, 318KB]

UTL Fact Sheet [PDF, 1.08MB]

UTL Newsletter December 2010 [PDF, 255KB]

UTL Newsletter January 2010 [PDF, 1.05MB]

UTL Newsletter June 2009 [PDF, 1.4MB]

View the UTL DVD

Drink Driving Fact Sheet [PDF, 1.79MB]

Contact details

Enquiries can be directed to Sue Taylor of CARRS-Q, on 07 3138 8447 or email utladmin@qut.edu.au.

 

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UNDER THE LIMIT is a program of the Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety - Queensland (CARRS-Q), in collaboration with
a departmental team including Magistrates, Department of Community Safety, Transport, TAFE and Police.