Speeding P-plater detected, Oxenford

A 26-year-old Molendinar man has lost six demerit points and $621 after allegedly exceeding the speed limit on the Pacific Motorway early this morning.

An officers from the Coomera Road Policing Unit was conducting speed detection enforcement on the M1 at Oxenford as part of Operation Vulnerable.

Around 4.36am, a Holden Colorado was detected travelling at 139km/h in a 110km/h zone.

Police intercepted the vehicle and spoke with the driver, who conceded he was “dreaming” when asked what speed he was travelling at.

The 26-year-old man was issued with two traffic infringement notices – exceed speed limit by more than 20km/h but not more than 30km/k and P1 type holder fail to display legible red plates at front and rear of car.

Coomera Road Policing Unit wish to remind all motorists to take driving a motor vehicle seriously and to concentrate at all times.

Road safety – Everybody, every day.

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