Hooning and street racing are irresponsible and dangerous. You must not organise, take part in, or promote (including taking photos or film of) hooning or street racing.
- driving in a way that deliberately loses traction between your vehicle and the road, for example, burnouts or donuts
- racing other vehicles
- speed trials or trying to break a speed record.
Penalties for hooning and street racing include:
- large fines
- demerit points
- loss of licence
- impoundment (taking away your vehicle or number plates)
Your vehicle can be impounded for up to 3 months and you must pay storage fees to get it back. For a second offence, your vehicle may be sold.