A younger driver allegedly clocked travelling at insane speeds on a serious freeway this morning will face double the penalty. Here’s why.
A 22-year-old man has misplaced his licence on the spot after he was detected allegedly driving greater than 100km/h above the velocity restrict in Sydney’s west.
The driver was allegedly caught travelling at 210km/h in a 100km/h zone on the M4 at Eastern Creek about 1.45am on Saturday.
Officers connected to Mt Druitt Highway Patrol conducting velocity enforcement duties nabbed the motive force and directed him to cease.
The Marayong man had his licence and quantity plates confiscated on the spot for 3 months.
He was charged with driving at a harmful velocity and exceeding the velocity restrict by greater than 45km/h.
He will seem in Mt Druitt Local Court on May 25.
Double demerits at the moment are in drive over the ANZAC Day lengthy weekend and can proceed till 11:59pm on Monday, April 25.
They apply for offences akin to rushing, unlawful use of cellphones, not carrying a seat belt and using and not using a bike helmet.