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What is negligent or dangerous driving?
Negligent or dangerous driving means driving without the due care and attention reasonably expected of a driver. It puts you, other drivers and the public at risk, and can result in serious injury or death.
You must not drive a vehicle on a road negligently or at a speed, or in a manner dangerous to the public.
If you drive negligently you can get a fine and demerit points.
If you drive at a speed or in a manner dangerous to the public, or cause death or injury due to negligent driving, penalties include:
- large fines
- loss of licence