Links between unlicensed and unregistered driving: Literature review. Report to Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
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Vehicle registration represents an important component of the management of the road transport system in Queensland, with most vehicles required to be registered before they can be driven or parked on a public road (Department of Transport and Main Roads, 2010b). In addition to the collection of taxes for road construction and maintenance, the current registration system also:
• Sets the safety standards required for vehicles to be allowed on public roads;
• Allows driver behaviour to be managed by identifying vehicles, and the responsible owners of vehicles, for enforcement purposes; and
• Facilitates the collection of insurance premiums for the Queensland Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance scheme.
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