Police are vigiliant with the mobile radar.
Police are vigiliant with the mobile radar. Paul Donaldson

Driver busted doing 127km/h in highway blitz

POLICE have told motorists that it doesn't matter if they are a couple of minutes later on a trip - they want driver to obey the speed limit.

Wallangarra police have issued 31 traffic tickets this month, 30 for speeding.

Sergeant Alan Baker said it was very disappointing drivers were continuing to disobey the speed limit.

"One driver was doing 127km/h in a 100km/h zone," he said.

"The vast majority of the tickets were issued from readings on the mobile radar in the police car."


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