A P-plate driver has lost his licence and racked up more than $1000 in fines for a stunt at a McDonalds drive-thru
Drivers in some parts of Australia have been warned to drive carefully as double demerit points will apply.
Although the majority of responders agreed they should slow down, there was debate over the speed they should reduce their vehicle to.
The driver was snapped in NSW's Hunter Region and could be facing a hefty fine for behaviour like this.
A 23-year-old driver's mistake led to a $2000 fine after being pulled over with a nine-month-old baby, 2-year-old and 4-year-old in the back of his ute.
The 74-year-old was pictured parking in a disabled spot in Sydney's northwest and was confronted by another man.
The man was initially pulled over by police who suspected he was speeding. But upon closer inspection, they made a shocking find.
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The 22-year-old is accused of reaching speeds up to 178km/h on numerous streets across Brisbane between October and December.
The driver, who was also fined $1720, had four children in the car – but police were unimpressed with how they were seated.
Aussie drivers will see harsher penalties, new technology will record drivers and split-second decisions could cost you your licence.
The unusual position of a speed camera van set up to catch drivers after Christmas has been blasted as blatant revenue raising by some motorists.
A P-plate driver was pulled over for 'random testing' and what NSW police officers found in his car also ended with a $1300 fine.