RUNNING late for work has value a 22-year-old motorcyclist $1841 in fines and 6 demerit factors on his licence after police booked him in Newcastle Avenue, Fyshwick, travelling at 108km/h within the 60 zone.
The Kaleen man was one in every of 4 four folks issued with site visitors infringement notices for rushing by 30km/h or extra yesterday (November 19).
Later that morning police booked a Ducati bike on radar at 142km/h in a 100km/h velocity zone on Paddys River Street. The rider, a 32-year-old Gilmore man, will cop a $700 high-quality and 4 demerit factors.
Half an hour later, one other motorcyclist was caught travelling at 111km/h in an 80km/h zone close to Uriarra Village. A 66-year-old Queanbeyan man additionally faces a $700 high-quality and 4 demerit factors.
Within the afternoon, a 43-year-old Bonner girl was detected driving at 74km/h in a highway works 40km/h zone. Police say she shall be issued with a $700 high-quality and 4 demerit factors.
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Ian Meikle, editor