An Extraordinary driver's licence (EDL), also known as E-plates
allows you to drive a vehicle for specific purposes when you have been disqualified from holding a driver's licence. You can only obtain an EDL by applying to the appropriate Court. EDLs are issued for up to 12 months.
It is important to assess your prospects of success before you apply for an EDL. If your application is rejected, the cost will be lost and you will not be able to reapply for 6 months.
At the assessment, we will advise you of your prospects of success and recommend any additional steps that you should take before lodging your application.
To ensure you have the best chance of getting your restricted licence, contact our office for advice before your proceed.
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