EXTRAORDINARY DRIVERS LICENCE – APPLICATION AND VARIATIONS
FourLion Legal can assist you in an application for an Extraordinary Drivers Licence (EDL) or application to vary an Extraordinary Drivers Licence.
An EDL allows individuals who are disqualified or suspended from holding a licence to drive in certain circumstances, such as, but not limited to:
- Work reasons
- Medical conditions
- Support care
An EDL is granted at the discretion of the Court. An EDL will only be granted to those living or working in unusual circumstances and is dependent on your driving history. Applications will only be accepted after a certain period of time has passed and is dependent on the seriousness of the offence which disqualified you from driving or resulted in the cancellation of your licence.
An Extraordinary Drivers Licence or EDL allows you to drive in certain areas and within fixed time periods as ordered by the Court. It is important for you to keep a written record of when and where you drive and the reason for driving so that, should you be asked by the police for your driving log, you can produce it.
You must ensure that you obey all driving laws, regulations and rules as breaking these may cause you to lose your EDL. If you are granted an EDL we will explain to you the conditions of your EDL.
If you already have an EDL, we can assist you in varying the conditions on that licence.
Supporting you throughout the EDL Application process
With offices in Perth and Fremantle, FourLion Legal can advise you on:
- the relevant Court processes
- the possible outcomes
- your plea
- ways to mitigate your sentence
- negotiating for a lower charge where possible or a better outcome
- representing you in any Perth Court
Once you have been sentenced and the relevant waiting period served, we can then assist you with obtaining an Extraordinary Drivers Licence or EDL.
Contact us for Extraordinary Drivers Licence advice today
The team at FourLion Legal will be happy to assist you with applying for or varying the terms of an Extraordinary Drivers Licence. We can also assist you with criminal and/or traffic offences. You can get in touch with our Perth or Fremantle office by calling (08) 9335 6643 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, fill in the online enquiry form below or on the contact page of our website and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.