CLUNES CAMERA TARGETS REPEAT OFFENDERS
July 14, 2012 at 5:30 pm
Motorists caught speeding through Clunes can expect a letter in the mail.
The town’s fixed speed camera is among seven across the state to be re-activated by the RMS as part of a three strike warning system.
Motorists clocked travelling up to 30 kilometres above the limit will receive a warning letter – those caught three times will be issued with a penalty notice.
But if you’re caught exceeding the speed zone by more than 30 kilometres an hour, it’ll be an instant fine.
You may also be interested in:
- CLUNES SPEED CAMERA TO RE-ISSUE FINES
- MOTORISTS STILL SPEEDING
- LISMORE COUNCIL CALLS FOR CLUNES SPEED CAMERA TO BE REINSTATED
- MAN ALLEGEDLY CLOCKED AT 119km/h IN A 50 ZONE
- SPEEDING DRIVER
- Bruce Derkenne commented on MINERALS COUNCIL REPORT SHOWS SUPPORT FOR MINING
- LaVerne Gibson commented on MIXED REACTION AT COOLANGATTA SKATE PARK OPENING
- Michelle commented on VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR STUDY INTO DEPRESSION AND EXERCISE
- yvonne michael commented on POLICE OUT IN FORCE FOR OPERATION CURFEW
- Vicky commented on VARIETY BASH – FOLLOW THEIR JOURNEY