|Can I drive if I don’t have a licence?
You can only drive a car on the road with a licence that is approved by the Motor Vehicle Registry.
|The police caught me driving with a disqualified licence. What can I do?
Driving with a disqualified license is a serious offence in the NT. You will have to go to court.
|How can I get a driver licence?
First you have to apply for a learner licence. After six months you can do a driving test, and if you pass you will get a driver licence.
|How do I register my car?
You can ask the Motor Vehicle Registry (MVR) to register a car.
|I got caught drink driving. What happens now?
If it is the first time police catch you drink driving you might get a fine.
|I got caught drug driving. What happens now?
If it is the first time police catch you drug driving you may get a fine.
|I got caught driving an unregistered car.
If you drive a car not registered with the Motor Vehicle Registry (MVR), the police can give you a fine or you may have to go to court.
|I had a car accident. What do I do?
Even in a small car accident, you must stop to check everyone is OK. In an emergency call 000.
|I don’t have car insurance and just had an accident. What do I do?
If you are in a car accident and it is your fault, the other driver may want you to pay money to fix their car/truck/motorbike.
|Another driver’s car hit me. It was their fault. How do I get them to fix my car?
Talk to the other person and ask them if they have insurance or if they will pay to fix your car.
|I had a car accident and the other driver wants me to pay to fix their car. What do I do?
Who pays to fix the car depends on who cause the accident.