Traffic and Driving Law
Traffic laws and regulations in NSW can be complex and have significant impacts on individuals. The laws and rules are wide reaching with a large majority of the population relying on either having a drivers
licence or being reliant on someone who is a licenced driver.
Unfortunately those that oversee policy in the modern era of law enforcement arguably appear to be more interested in the revenue side of enforcement rather than actual safety.
What this has created is a system that is becoming heavily regulated every year with more and more ways of falling foul of our regulatory system. The Lawyers at Save U Legal would like to think we are doing just a bit to rebalance the scales in the public’s favour.
Our lawyers at Save U Legal are well adept at defending and representing clients with traffic and or licencing offences including serious offences such as predatory driving, driving furiously or police pursuits, which carry with them not only significant licence disqualification periods but also significant goal sentences.
The primary Acts and Regulations have been listed below for those that are interested
• Road Transport Act 2013
• Road Rules 2014
• Road Transport (Driver Licensing) Regulation 2017
• Heavy Vehicle National Law (NSW) no 42a
• Heavy Vehicle (Fatigue Management) National Regulation