Wed. Dec 1st, 2021

A teenage P-plate driver has been fined after he was allegedly taken to hit 159 km / h in a 100 km / h zone of New South Wales North coast.

Police stopped a Holden Astra yesterday afternoon after the car was allegedly discovered driving 45 km / h across the border on the Pacific Highway, about 20 kilometers north of Port Macquarie.

After talking to the 18-year-old male temporary driver from West Kempsey, officers issued him a notice of violation.

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A P-plate driver has been fined and anchored six downturns for allegedly being taken for speeding on the NSW North Coast. (iStock)

Violation carries a penalty of $ 2547 and six penalty points.

The car’s license plates were confiscated for three months and the teenager’s driving license was suspended on the spot for six months.

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