Driving without a licence
People in Queensland are required to hold a valid driver’s licence before they can operate a motor vehicle on our roads. Sometimes, a person is required to hold a special class of licence over and above an ordinary open or provisional licence, in order to be allowed to drive a certain type of vehicle (for example a heavy vehicle). Driving a vehicle without a licence is a potentially serious charge carrying mandatory licence disqualification and, often times, jail sentences for repeat offenders.
If you or a family member has been charged with unlicensed driving of a motor vehicle it is important that you obtain advice at an early stage and we invite you to contact Townes & Associates for a cost and obligation free discussion about the situation.