Unregistered and uninsured vehicle in SA

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    Contrary to to the Government claims that driving an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle is an offense it is not,. . . . think about , it is only if you the motorist knew the vehicle was unregistered and uninsured. https://lawhandbook.sa.gov.au/ch12s08s05s21.php
    s9 and s102 of the Motor Vehicle Act 1959 defines the alleged offense of an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle, s9(1a) and s102(1a) is the legislative provisions for a defense. Where a motorist has a legitimate reason and reasonable excuse s9 and s102 does not apply.
    I believe the government of South Australia is revenue raising by deception, removing permanent reminder windscreen stickers from all vehicles in South Australia resulting in a motorist unable to remember when the vehicles registration and insurance is about to expire and forget to renew.
    https://www.legislation.sa.gov.au/LZ/C/A/MOTOR%20VEHICLES%20ACT%201959/CURRENT/1959.53.AUTH.PDF
    https://lawhandbook.sa.gov.au/ch12s08s05s21.php

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    Amended.
    The state government has removed permanent reminder windscreen registration stickers from all vehicles in South Australia, as a result a motorist is unable to know when the motor vehicle registration and insurance is about to expire and forget to renew. The legislative provisions for a defense s9(1a) and s102(1a) of the Motor Vehicle Act 1959 provides a motorist is not guilty of the alleged offense where a motorist can show and prove at the time of the alleged offense he/she can show and prove did not know the motor vehicle was unregistered and uninsured It is an oxymoron when in the first place it is the state government that has removed all permanent reminder windscreen registration stickers so that a motorist forgets. The unconscionable conduct of the state government in withdrawing permanent reminder windscreen registration stickers from all motor vehicles in South Australia has automatically triggered a defense pursuant to s9(1a) and s102(1a) of the Motor Vehicle Act 1959. I submit In this case the alleged offense of unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle is unenforceable, therefore this court lacks jurisdiction and has no authority to make any determination. https://lawhandbook.sa.gov.au/ch12s08s05s21.php
    Mr Nicholas Bilaczenko

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