Drug Driving Laws in Queensland

Drug Driving Crash

Drug Driving Laws Drugs and driving are certainly not a good mix. As well as being illegal, drugs affect your ability to operate a motor vehicle. There is a zero tolerance for driving under the influence of a drug, and in Queensland, penalties will apply. Drug Driving Offences in Queensland Taking drugs, or being under … Read more

Dangerous Driving in Queensland

Careless Driving

Dangerous driving of a motor vehicle is an offence that captures those hooning, to those displaying reckless and deliberately careless behaviour. In some cases, these actions can even result in death or grievous bodily harm. In Queensland, the offence is serious, and depending on the type of conviction, the penalties can range from fines to … Read more

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Commonly Broken Traffic Laws and Road Rules

Driver using phone in traffic

How good of a driver are you really – are you really familiar with all of the traffic laws and road rules? The Queensland Police Service have revealed that a driver refresher test shows that many of us either do not know the rules, or simply are not following them correctly. Here are some of … Read more

Careless Driving QLD

Car crash

What is careless driving? Careless driving, or driving without consideration for the safety of road users, is a punishable offence and may attract a penalty of 40 units and/or 6 months imprisonment. According to section 83 of the Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995 it is: “Any person who drives a motor vehicle on … Read more

Mobile phone detection camera hot spots revealed

Phone in car

In their first week, the phone detection cameras have caught more than 3,000 offending drivers in New South Wales. One of the offered explanations as to why so many drivers are being caught red-handed is that there aren’t any warning signs being used to warn motorists that there are phone detection cameras ahead, unlike speed … Read more

Drivers busted committing common traffic offence by new AI technology

Cars on motorway

How many motorists have been caught so far committing this offence? With the approval and implementation of approximately 45 fixed and mobile cameras across New South Wales on December 1, thousands of drivers have been caught using their phone behind the wheel. Over 3,300 offending motorists have been caught illegally using their mobile phone across … Read more