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Driving Unlicensed in Queensland

In Australia, the laws regarding road rules and drivers’ licensing are made by the state, and territory governments. Queensland legislation requires that anyone driving a vehicle must hold a valid license. This requirement is found in Article 78 of the Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995 (Qld) which states that the driving of a motor vehicle is prohibited without a driver’s license, and also includes the penalties for unlicensed driving.

The Queensland authority that administers the laws relating to road rules and licensing is called the Department of Transport and Main Roads

Disqualified driving and Unlicensed driving are two different offences

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