Received a letter a few days ago informing me my license will be suspended in a months time due to a recent speeding fine over 30km's(i was locked in cruise control mode off the motorway that was 100km/h on the exit that was 60km/h) which is an automatic 3 months suspension $800 fine and 5 demerit points. I was going to ask for a good behavior license which i thought went through the local court just found out you have to ask the RTA for this request. Just wondering is it worth going into the local court and appealing the suspension, it's been 4-5yrs since my last speeding fine(late for Golf tee off lol) and before that i think it was 7-8yrs i had another speeding fine. I do think for the type of speeding i did which was not deliberate, i was cruising for 30mins on the motorway and it was just a loss of concentration on the exit and losing my license is overly harsh in my case. I fully understand and accept in a built up residential 60km/h zone and actually putting your foot on the accelerator to speed deserves such punishment but i think in my case to suspend my license is way too harsh. I had a full license with all points prior to this last booking not sure if that matters. Thanks in advance guys if you have any experience in this matter and can offer an opinion.