A 37-year-old Chisholm man was caught exceeding the speed limit by 64km/h on the Monaro Highway in Symonston, Friday night (April, 20).
Around 7.20pm, Traffic Operations were conducting laser targeting when they observed a Nissan Skyline sedan travelling at high speed. The vehicle was detected to be going 164km/hr in a 100km/hr zone.
The driver was stopped by police and issued with a Traffic Infringement Notice (TIN) for the amount of $1811 and will lose six demerit points.
Officer-in-Charge of Traffic, Sergeant Rod Anderson urges the community to think about the consequences of risky driving behaviour.
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“Risky driving behaviour such as speeding—low or high range—can have serious consequences for individuals such as loss of life, permanent injury or disability, loss of income, loss of license and monetary penalties.
“I urge people to consider these factors before speeding, for themselves and others who may also be affected,” Sergeant Anderson said.