Hi everyone. I'm looking for some advice/help here. I've searched through the archives and I can't seem to find any situation similar to this nor can I find anything from the Qld district court records, but I'm not very experienced at searching those, yet. So I was approaching an intersection where there was a queue of traffic. The road at this point is only one lane each direction and the lanes are separated by a broken white line. I wanted to turn right, so when there was a break in the traffic I indicated and proceeded past all the stationary cars down to the right turn lane where I waited for the light to change. Not long after a police officer pulled up beside me and told me (and the driver in front who had done the same thing) to pull over once we were around the corner. https://maps.google.com.au/maps?q=-27.481598,152.993977&num=1&t=k&z=20 is the location, FYI. Basically, the officer gave me a fine for driving on the wrong side of the road. s132 of the Qld road rules. I told him that I was overtaking, and it was okay to do so because I indicated, checked that it was clear and there was a broken white line. After much discussion, his final position was that I can't have been overtaking, because the vehicles were stationary, and the definition of 'overtake' in the Qld road rules is: and according to his interpretation, since the vehicles were stationary, they were not 'travelling' and therefore I wasn't overtaking. Since I wasn't overtaking, I had no good reason to be on the right-hand side of the dividing line. $198. Discussion on this site before has mainly been around overtaking on the left, or overtaking in the same lane, or speeding, or anything else except overtaking stationary traffic on right of the dividing line. It is probably relevant to note that, the favourite section of motorcyclists, s141(c) states that it is okay to overtake stationary vehicles on the left - thus using the word 'overtake' to refer to passing traffic which (must be) stationary. I'm thinking this is pretty solid ground to refute the infringement. If s141 states that overtaking stationary vehicles is a thing that can happen, then who is this police officer to state that if the vehicle is stationary then you can't, by definition, overtake it? Anyone from Qld, I would like your advice: is it best to contact the officer in charge of the station from where the fine was issued and take it up with them (will they even listen) or is it necessary for a magistrate to decide? Cheers!