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Queensland’s Experts in Driving Law since 2010

Over 60 Years Combined Experience
with Traffic Law in Queensland

Driving Law and Trafic Law firm Queensland

Clarity Law was founded with the firm belief that we can provide clients with both the best possible legal advice and the best service clients have ever received from a law firm.

At Clarity Law we offer only the very best legal representation to people in Queensland who need help with traffic law offences or licence issues and all with the certainty of fixed fees.

Traffic and driving charges we are experts at

Drink Driving

DUI is one of the most serious traffic offences a person can find themselves charged with. In Queensland unlike other states there is a mandatory requirement to disqualify a person’s drivers licence no matter what the personal circumstances are or the affect a disqualification will have on a person and their family.

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Drug Driving

Drug driving in Queensland is becoming one of the most common traffic offences that can bring people to court. There are two possible drug driving charges in Queensland either; driving whilst a relevant drug is in the system; or driving under the influence of a drug.

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Unlicensed Driving

Unlicensed driving is a charge that can cover many different types of situations. The charge in its simplest form applies to people who have simply forgotten to renew their licence but at its most serious it covers people who have been disqualified from driving by a Queensland court and have been caught driving again.

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Careless Driving

Careless driving is also known as driving without due care and attention or reckless driving. Although the charge is less serious than dangerous driving, which is a criminal charge, it can still carry a driver licence disqualification period and fine.

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Dangerous Driving

Dangerous driving or dangerous operation of a motor vehicle is one of the most serious traffic offences in Queensland. Dangerous driving is a criminal offence not just a traffic offence meaning a conviction can have very serious consequences.

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Disqualified Driving

Disqualified driving is an extremely serious charge in Queensland. Courts are particularly hard on these types of offences as to be charged with disqualified driving you must have been disqualified by a court but still chosen to drive.

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Queensland has recently introduced the most severe anti-hooning legislation within Australia and perhaps the world. It is now much easier for the police to impound or permanently take an offenders motor vehicle (forfeiture).

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Driving 40km/h Over Limit

If you exceed the posted speed limit by more than 40km/h then you will be fined and suspended from driving for a period of 6 months. You can apply for a special hardship licence (“SHO”) if you require a licence.

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Work Licences

If you have been charged with a drink or drug driving offence in Queensland you may be entitled to apply for a work licence. A work licence is also known as a restricted licence, workers licence, section 87 licence or day licence.

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Hardship Licences

Special hardship licences or hardship licences are an option the Queensland Magistrates courts have to allow a person to continue to drive even though their licence will be suspended by Queensland Transport.

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Evading Police

The charge of evading police, also known as failing to stop is an extremely serious charge with the Queensland Government enacting some of the toughest legislation in the country.

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