Driving With No Licence or Driving on a Recently Expired Driver Licence

by Andrew Lind on 16 February, 16

Driving with no licence puts you at risk of a fine

In Queensland, driving without a licence is an offence under the Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995 (Qld) and carries a number of penalties.

If your driver’s licence has expired and you are caught by police, you will receive an infringement notice under the State Penalties Enforcement Act 1999.

If you have been convicted of driving without a licence or driving on a recently expired licence it is important to note what your rights and obligations are, as well what penalties you might be subject to.

You can read our article discussing the implications of driving without a licence or driving on a recently expired driver licence.


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