To be legally allowed to drive, you must hold a valid licence that of the appropriate class for the vehicle you are driving. This offence applies to anyone driving a motor vehicle without a valid driver's licence. If you have been issued a driver's licence and it expires and you do not renew it, you could be guilty of this offence.
Upon conviction of "drive no licence" the penalties are:
- A fine of between $200 - $1,000
- A conviction on your driving record for 3 years
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