Driving Law Count Down #10- Making Unnecessary Noise or Smoke

Driving Law Count Down #10- Making Unnecessary Noise or Smoke
6 September 2020

Driving Law Count Down #10- Making Unnecessary Noise or Smoke

by Central QLD Conveyancing Centre

CQCC together with Barron & Allen Lawyers Mackay is passionate about cars and want to keep our car enthusiasts up to date on law. Here is our Top 10 driving law count down, starting with #10.

#10 – Making unnecessary noise or smoke

We will focus on the good old burnout. Regulation 291 provides that persons must not start or drive a vehicle in a way that makes unnecessary noise or smoke. The given example is “willfully and unnecessarily causing the wheels of the vehicle to lose traction and spin on the road surface”. If you get caught, the fine could be up to a whopping $2500. So... Making unnecessary noise or smoke is a no go! Feel free to share, and keep an eye out for No. #9.

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