- Drink Driving (PCA and DUI offences)
- Common Driving Offences including
- Unlicensed Driving
- Unregistered/Uninsured Vehicles
- General Traffic Offences
- Interlock Driving Program
- Heavy Vehicle Offences including
- Overloads and Dimensions (refer to our page on Heavy Vehicle matters)
- Serious Driving Offences including
- Dangerous / Reckless Driving
- Skye's Law
- Dangerous / Negligent Driving causing death / GBH
- Reckless Driving
- Street Racing/Burnout
- Driving whilst Disqualified, Cancelled or Suspended
- Licence Suspension/Disqualification Appeals: - Roads and Maritime Services (Formally RTA)
- Demerit Point Loss
- P1 and P2 Licence Holders
- Habitual Offender Declarations
- Maritime Offences
Driving is quite often an essential part of everyday life and more often a necessity for work. A loss of licence can invariably result in a loss of employment which impacts financially upon you and your family.
The increasingly widespread use of motor vehicles as a mode of transport has resulted in heavier regulation by legislation. It is very easy to get lost in all the law, which is why we are here to clarify any confusion you may be facing regarding driving offences.
During his twelve (12) years as a Police Officer, Bobby spent considerable time as a Highway Patrol Officer qualified to drive high speed Police Cars and Police Bikes, both road and trail. He was also qualified as a speed radar operator and heavy vehicle expert.
Bobby is also a lecturer at the Traffic Offenders intervention Program which is a course readily used by the Courts within New South Wales to educate drivers. During his time as a Police Officer he also lectured many different groups within the community as to Road Safety and Traffic Laws.
Bobby has an extensive knowledge of Traffic Law both from a legal perspective and from having “been there and done that” as a Police Officer. Who better to have on your side?
Contact us to find out more or to arrange a consultation.