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2011-05-22 05:14:41
2011-05-22 05:14:41

In NSW Australia, you get charged with Speeding, Driving without a licence, and probably driving an unregistered car with no third party insurance. This is because if the driver is not licenced the third party insurance on the car is void. An expensive pastime to say the least.


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Fairly high I would have thought. But less than being caught driving with an expired license.

Anywhere in the US, if you get caught driving with a suspended or expired driver's license, you will either receive a citation, have your car towed, or go to jail. It is based entirely on the officer's decision. Happy to help!

If your license has expired you have the same options to renew as those who hold a valid driver's license: * Online * In person * By mail The DMV won't charge you additional late fees, but you will be cited by the police if you're caught driving with an expired license. To determine whether your license is expired, check your driving record or the date on your driver's license.

Most likely not, depends how much he was speeding

The only thing that will happen if you are caught driving with expired tags in Kentucky, is a fine of 143 dollars. No points will be added to your insurance and there is no risk of license suspension or jail time.Ê

Renew the license with the appropriate state authority. Don't get caught working without it.

You'll probably get a ticket.

If a 16 year old gets caught speeding for the first time in Texas the penalty will be a fine. If a person under 21 is caught speeding two or more times in a 12 month period their license will suspended or revoked.

If the restaurant is selling expired food, it could potentially put its business license in jeopardy. There are a great number of different rules, based on the jurisdiction of the license.

It all depends on why your drivers license is expired, if its expired because of revocation or suspension you could pay a big fine and spend up to 60 days in jail; if it was for you just did not do it you could have to pay minm of $63 fine and possibly have to take a vision test,driving and written test again if your lucky they will just give you a warning.

You stay in the car, be polite, don't argue with the officer, show respect, and produce your license and registration.

Yes, you are generally covered if you are caught speeding in any car as long as your driver's license is valid, your insurance is up to date, and you were not intoxicated. Your insurance covers you as a driver.

you get discriminated with the chance of life.

If you're doing 16 or more over the speed limit, you will.

If a British driver is caught speeding on camera in France, nothing or nearly nothing happens. If the same driver is stopped by the police for speeding, he will be fined on the spot (a fine of 90

Nothing, if you got your license then its legal to carpool.

FIned, and probably have your regular license held up.

You'll be charged for it, you'll receive a fine, and you may face a possible suspension period.

If you mean caught driving without a license, then you lose your driving privelages for a few years. Have a good one. :-)

If you get caught without a drivers permit or license you will most likely get a ticket. It can also cause you to not get a license for a few years.

It means that you were caught driving without a valid license. Your valid US-issued license is good in every US state, but when it is suspended it is suspended everywhere.

if your are caught driving and you are under the age limit to get a permit you will never be able to get a drivers license.

It depends when it expired. If it expired not too long ago, the police will usually remind you and to do it as soon as possible and let you off with a warning. If it has been a long time, you have the possibility of getting arrested.

"If you get caught with a tazer gun" you might wanna have a gun license... If you are found with a gun of any sort without a gun license you will be taken to prison. ~ Jessie

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