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- Species: Coonfox
As in you currently hold a learners or a P plate license?[/quote]
Would have to be learners wouldn't it?
Which means he isn't allowed to drive anyone else around and has a big curfew IIRC.
Though I think the new P plate rules are almost as bad.
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- Species: Mongrel.
- Posts: 28
- Species: German Shepherd Werewolf
Queensland licenses can be used anywhere as long as we adhere to other states rules, I might look into this as well just to be on the safe side. No fines are good fines o.o
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- Species: Zoomcat
If the restriction is a specific condition placed upon an individual's license by the issuing state, then one must comply with it at all times, regardless of which state one drives in. It's a restriction on the license itself, not a state road rule per se.
On another note, in 2008 I organised convoy type thingies from Sydney to Rivfur (Brisvegas) and MiDfur (Melbourne), though we try to take more interesting roads if possible rather than sit on a boring freeway for 10 hours straight. Motorcycle and 2 cars!