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QLD Traffic Law - What Does 'Serious Traffic History' Mean?

Discussion in 'Traffic Law Forum' started by xtrippyx, 30 October 2015.

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  1. xtrippyx

    xtrippyx Member

    30 October 2015
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    I'm considering working overseas and as a part of the eligibility for the program, you cannot have serious traffic history. As I am a foolish green p-plater I have a significant amount of traffic history (totalling 46 demerit points lost on my red p's and first year of green p's.)

    Most of them are speeding/defects and some failing to stop at a stop sign, also turning right at a keep left sign. I have been to court due to hooning, but this was before the new hoon law in November 2014. I was charged with driving without due care and attention but no conviction record and I've also been suspended for 6 months as I exceeded the speed limit by 40km/h.

    I'm thinking that mainly the court and the high range speeding would be classed as 'serious' under Traffic Law but I'm unsure, and I'm hoping for some clarity regarding these?

    Much appreciated.
  2. JS79

    JS79 Well-Known Member

    2 October 2015
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