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Driving Unregistered and Unlicensed

Driving Unregistered and Unlicensed

Driving an unregistered vehicle is a serious offence that can have far-reaching and catastrophic consequences,Driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle is an offence attracting on the spot infringement notice fines. Driving an unregistered vehicle is illegal and potentially dangerous. If you’re caught driving an unregistered vehicle, you may be fined, and police may remove the

Driving an unregistered vehicle is a serious offence that can have far-reaching and catastrophic consequences,Driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle is an offence attracting on the spot infringement notice fines.

Driving an unregistered vehicle is illegal and potentially dangerous. If you’re caught driving an unregistered vehicle, you may be fined, and police may remove the number plates on the spot. Police may also seize the vehicle.

Police also have the authority to seize the number plates if an unregistered vehicle is parked on a road or road related area and the registration has expired more than 15 days.Unregistered vehicles are unlikely to be covered by Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance, and if you have an at-fault accident while driving an unregistered vehicle, you could be held personally liable for compensation to any person injured.Unregistered vehicles also pose a serious risk to the wider community as these vehicles are less likely to have had a safety inspection.

Unlicensed driving. If you are charged with an offence of ‘unlicensed driving’ it means that police allege that you drove a car without having a licence or permit that says you are allowed to drive.

Driving without a license is illegal in every state, but most states differentiate between operating a vehicle without a valid driver’s license and driving a vehicle without proof of a driver’s license (such as when a driver fails to physically carry his or her valid driver’s license). While you won’t be arrested for simply failing to grab your wallet before getting behind the wheel, it is a much more serious offense to drive with the knowledge that your license is suspended or otherwise invalid.

Penalties for driving without a valid license or failing to produce a license when stopped by a police offer range from “fix-it tickets” to vehicle impoundment or even jail time.Here are the most common types of violations related to driver’s licenses:
* Failing to apply for a state-issued drivers license within the time allowed
* Driving with an expired license
* Driving with a license that has been temporarily suspended
* Driving with a license that has been permanently revoked
* Failing to show proof of a valid license when driving or operating a vehicle.

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