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Drivers who lose their licence can’t drive in Victoria

Drivers who have their interstate or international licence cancelled or suspended cannot drive in Victoria unless they comply with the requirements of Victorian laws and have a Victorian licence.

Drivers who have their interstate or international licence cancelled or suspended cannot drive in Victoria unless they comply with the requirements of Victorian laws and are issued with a Victorian licence. If they do drive without a Victorian licence, they can be found guilty of driving while their licence is suspended or cancelled.

See Unlicensed or disqualified driving—Offence if driver is not licensed.

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