Traffic Law & Work Licences

Drink Driving & Drug Driving
Work Licences

If you have been charged with drink driving or drug driving then you may be able to apply for work licence.

Applying for a work licence is a simple process with many benefits.

We regularly act for clients to apply for work licences and in turn maintain their employment.

We will let you know if you are unable to apply for a work licence.

In situations where you are not eligible to apply for a work licence, we represent you to put forward your best case to the court in order to obtain a favourable outcome for you.

Call us and find out if you can apply for a work licence.

Special Hardship Application
Work Licences

If you have been caught driving 40 km/hour over the speed limit or accumulated demerit points while on a 12 month good driving behaviour period then you may be able to apply for work licence.

Applying for a special hardship work licence is a simple process. However there are certain documents and time limits that you must satisfy.

There are steps that you can take to increase your chances of obtaining a special hardship work licence. For example, if your traffic history is poor, it is recommended that you complete a traffic offender course and obtain character references.

Unlicensed, Disqualified & Dangerous Driving
Other Traffic Charges

We regularly appear in Magistrates Courts across SE Queensland for clients on traffic charges.

Some common charges that we appear for include unlicensed driving, disqualified driving and dangerous driving.

Our experienced traffic lawyers can assist you from a simple one off drink driving charge, to applying for a work licence to more complex traffic charges.

We care about what we do and are committed to obtaining a good outcome for you.

Call us for a complimentary consultation over the phone and find out your rights.