A TEENAGE driver has been fined $2,520 and lost six demerit points after allegedly being caught speeding in the Royal National Park.
About 5pm yesterday (Wednesday February 3), a black Ford Focus was travelling along Sir Bertram Stevens Drive, Royal National Park, allegedly travelling up to 138kmh in a sign-posted 80kmh zone.
Officers attached to Traffic Response Group stopped the vehicle and spoke with the driver – a 18-year-old P1 provisional licence holder. He was issued with a six-month mandatory driver’s licence suspension notice and a traffic infringement notice for P1 driver exceed speed more than 45kmh.
Chief Inspector Bill Darnell form Traffic Response Group said, Police will continue to target bad driver and rider behaviour within the Royal National Park.
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