- A person commits a criminal offence if they drive contrary to a licence disqualification.
- A disqualification can be issued by the court, the police or the registrar of motor vehicles.
- A person can be imprisoned for up to 6 months for a first offence and 2 years for a subsequent offence of driving while disqualified.
- Driving while disqualified is considered as a very serious offence by the court and can lead to an immediate term of imprisonment.
If you have been charged with driving while disqualified it is important that you contact us immediately.