Information for limousine drivers and operators
Changes have been made to strengthen limousine customer safety standards, accessibility and accountability, and increase transparency for passenger fares.
Read more about the reform and the new framework for the personalised transport industry.
Information for limousine operators and drivers
Authorisations and safety
- Application requirements for booking entity authorisation
- Monitoring and reporting
- Chain of responsibility and safety duty requirements
- Driver disaffiliation
- Child restraints
- Vehicle and driver safety
- Driver training requirements
- Requirement to carry written notice
- Limousine licence conditions
- Disclose licence sale prices
- Advertising restrictions
- Maximum payment surcharge
- Annual Certificate of Inspection
- Vehicle requirements for limousine service licence
- Vehicle security cameras
Requirements to provide a service in a limousine in Queensland
To provide a service in a limousine you will need to hold a driver's authorisation. You must also:
- ensure your vehicle is appropriately registered, roadworthy and has Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance
- ensure the vehicle has a certificate of inspection (COI), unless exempt
- carry a copy of the limousine service licence for the vehicle—this may be in either printed or in an electronic format (for example, on a smart phone) but must be presentable at all times
- provide an itemised receipt of the fare if requested by a customer.
Checking currency and class of driver authorisation
The driver authorisation public register, previously known as the Passenger Transport Driver Authorisation System (PTDAS), is a free online service that allows the currency and classes of driver authorisation to be checked.
The register does not contain any personal information and only confirms the currency and classes of a driver authorisation number.
- Last updated 27 June 2022