For some people, licence suspension might bring on considerable hardship. For instance, without your licence, you might be unable to drive to work, or drive your children to school.
When you’ve had your licence suspended in Queensland, you might be able to apply for a Special Hardship Order. To be approved, you need to show that hardship would result from your licence suspension.
If your Special Hardship Order is granted, you might be able to drive with certain conditions. For example, you might be allowed to drive between particular hours or locations. This can help you to maintain work and family commitments during your licence suspension.
To learn more about applying for a Special Hardship Order, contact the traffic lawyers at Brooke Winter Solicitors. We provide free initial phone consultations to assist you to understand your options.