EGKA Airside Driving Manual Rev 2 P a g e 2. Driving airside at Shoreham Airport. A valid driving licence for the vehicle to be operated.
Emerald Police have been approached by several members of the public seeking information on ways to check the status of Queensland Drivers Licences and vehicle registration. The provide a number of methods to check your drivers licence and vehicle registration including: • Attending any Department of Transport and Main Roads office in person. • Calling the Department of Transport and Main Roads on 13 23 80. • Physically viewing the expiry date on your drivers licence or vehicle registration paperwork. New methods have also recently been made available by the Department of Transport and Main Roads including: • Viewing the Department of Transport and Main Roads website to check the status of your drivers licence or vehicle registration.
For vehicle registration inquiries use this link: For driver licence inquiries use this link: • Downloading the QLD Rego Check App from iTunes App Store or Google Play Store for your mobile device. For iTunes App Store use this link: For Google Play Store use this link: As the onus is on the driver of any vehicle to ensure the vehicle is registered and roadworthy, the above mentioned online tools can be used to check the registration status of any vehicle you use. Personal details of the vehicle owner are not displayed during this search. Kelpie The Legend Documentary Storm. Likewise the owner of any vehicle can check the driver licence status of any person using their vehicle using the above mentioned online driver licence check. This is particularly useful for companies who provide authorisation to employees to use company vehicles. Again personal details of the licence holder are not displayed and only basic details including the status of the licence are shown.
Emerald Police would like to remind motorists that penalties apply for driving without a valid drivers licence or with an expired vehicle registration. Further sanctions apply for repeat offenders, including vehicle immobilisation, impoundments, and forfeiture. More information in relation to these further sanctions can be found on the. If you would like further information in relation to these services, please contact the Department of Transport and Main Roads on 13 23 80 or Emerald Police on 4983 8100.