What is drive disqualified?

Driving whilst disqualified is a serious charge, particularly as it involves disobeying a court order.  Offenders can face heavy penalties (including gaol) especially where an offence is aggravated. Examples of aggravating circumstances include repeat offending, passengers in the vehicle,  driving erratically etc.

A conviction will result in the court adding a further licence disqualification to the one currently served.  The new license disqualification will either commence when the current disqualification period has concluded, or from the date of court proceedings so that part of new disqualification is served concurrently with the old disqualification.

You must reapply for a new license, if you choose to drive after your disqualification period.

What happens after I am caught driving disqualified?

Police will issue you with a Court Attendance Notice, requiring you to attend court on the date specified on the notice.

What are my options?

What penalties or outcomes are available?

Let us help. Get in Touch.

Appointments can be conducted via:

  • zoom,
  • phone or
  • face-to-face at our office.

World Square
Level 45, 680 George Street,
P: (02) 9145 1262 or 0407 122 230
By appointment only

Leave us a message

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.