A comparison of methods to estimate the extent of unlicensed driving: Literature review. Final report to Queensland Transport
Watson, Barry, Armstrong, Kerry, Livingstone, Kerrie, & Wilson, Adrian (2009) A comparison of methods to estimate the extent of unlicensed driving: Literature review. Final report to Queensland Transport.
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Unlicensed driving is a serious problem in many countries, despite ongoing improvements in traffic law enforcement practices and technology. The term ‘unlicensed driver' is generally used to refer to people who operate a motor vehicle or motorcycle without a valid driver's licence, including those who:
• have let their licence expire;
• have been disqualified or suspended from driving;
• hold an inappropriate class of licence for the vehicle they drive;
• drive outside the restrictions of a special licence;
• don’t currently hold a licence; or
• have never held a licence.
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