Unlicenced / Disqualified Driving

You may be stopped driving by the police and charged with an offence of unlicenced driving because:

  • Your licence has expired or you have never held a licence;
  • Your licence is suspended by the State Penalties and Enforcement Register (SPER). For this offence there is a mandatory MINIMUM disqualification of 1 month;
  • Your licence has been suspended because of the accumulation of demerit points. For this offence there is a mandatory MINIMUM disqualification of 6 months;
  • You have previously been to court and your licence was disqualified. For this offence there is a mandatory MINIMUM disqualification of 2 years.

Severe penalties can apply in some circumstances, including imprisonment and lengthy periods of disqualifications. You should obtain legal advice quickly from an expert to protect your interests.

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