Speeding P-plate drivers caught; licences suspended 2 December

Two P-plate drivers have been detected speeding in separate incidents in Sydney’s south west yesterday.

Officers attached to Campbelltown Highway Patrol were conducting speed-enforcement duties on Williams Road, Ingleburn, just before 8am (Tuesday 1 December 2020), when they detected a Toyota Rav 4 being allegedly travelling 119km/h in the 60km/h zone.

They stopped the P1 driver, a 17-year-old teen, and issued him with a Traffic Infringement Notice for class A motor vehicle exceed speed limit – over 45km/h. His licence was also suspended.

In a separate incident about 11am the same day, a 17-year-old boy was detected allegedly travelling at 55km/h above the speed limit at St Andrews.

Officers attached to Campbelltown Highway Patrol were conducting speed-enforcement duties on the Hume Motorway when they detected a Toyota Kluger being driven at 145km/h in the 110km/h zone.

The teen was issued with a Traffic Infringement Notice for P1 driver exceed 90km/h – over 45km/h and his licence has been confiscated and suspended for six months.

The TIN carries a fine of $2520 and six demerit points. P1 licence holders are limited to 90km/h.

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