Leadfoot drivers in Bruce are the worst offenders when it comes to ignoring school zone speed limits, incurring more than $30,000 in fines in 2017, according to ACT Policing figures.
Police handed out 82 speeding tickets to drivers who hurried through the school zones in the suburb between 27 January and 31 October 2017.
Of these, 65 were for drivers who exceeded the speed limit by more than 15km/h but less than 30km/h. One speedster went through at more than 30km/h.
The only school in Bruce is Radford College but it borders two major roads – Hayden Drive and College Street.
Bruce far outnumbered the next worst suburb, Franklin, where police handed out just 23 tickets, with only three going over by more than 15km/h and less than 30km/h.
Others in the top five were Harrison (15), Narrabundah (22), Phillip (18) and Harrison (15).
Warramanga and Dickson had 12 offences, while in Lyneham, police handed out 11 tickets.
Bruce drivers collected fines totalling $30,336, followed by Narrabundah ($6,746), Franklin ($6,344), Phillip ($5,358), and Harrison ($4,479).
In Franklin, the offences were mainly lower order, with 20 exceeding the limit by 15km/h or less, while it was a more even split in Narrabundah where 14 went over by 15km/h or less, and eight by more than 15km/h and less than 30km/h.
In Phillip, it was 14 and four, while in Harrison it was 11 and four.
In the other suburbs, offences were mainly in the 15km/h or less range.
All figures relate to the period between 27 January 2017 and 31 October 2017.