Driving without a licence in QLD is a serious offence. GC Traffic Lawyers are seasoned traffic lawyers that have many years experience in dealing with traffic offences such as unlicensed driving. Call GC Traffic Lawyers now if you have been charged with unlicensed driving in QLD, we offer a free initial consultation and a money back guarantee.

Unlicensed Driving QLD – What are the reasons for the offence?

Here are some of the circumstances you will be considered not to have a licence:

  • You have never held a licence
  • If your licence has expired and you haven’t renewed it
  • You voluntarily surrendered your licence
  • Your QLD licence has been suspended or cancelled because you are medically unfit to drive safely
  • You are driving a vehicle that you don’t have the class of licence for
  • You’ve accumulated too many demerit points or had a high speed offence and as a result have had your driver licence suspended
  • You have been disqualified or suspended from driving due to a drink driving or drug driving offence
  • You have not paid fines resulting in your licence being suspended
  • After completing a period of disqualification, you don’t get another licence before starting to drive again.

These are just some of the reasons you will be considered not to have a licence. If you have been caught driving in these circumstances and are convicted, a Court may penalise you with a maximum fine amount or you may be imprisoned for up to 1 year.

GC Traffic Lawyers understands that the average person can make an honest mistake or a one off error in judgment. We also know the sorts of arguments that are likely to persuade a Magistrate to give you a favourable outcome in these circumstances. Don’t risk representing yourself in Court or appointing a non-specialised lawyer to represent you. Call GC Traffic Lawyers now 07 5528 6665 if you would like personally discuss your case.

Unlicensed Driving QLD source: http://www.tmr.qld.gov.au/Licensing/Licence-suspensions-and-disqualifications/Driving-without-a-licence.aspx