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Changes to penalties for excessive speed offences

From 1 November 2018 people who are caught driving at excessive speeds face a tougher penalty.

From 1 November 2018 people who are caught driving at excessive speeds face a tougher penalty. From this date demerit points will not be added to a driver licence for an excessive speed offence. Instead, the minimum suspension period for an excessive speed offence has increased from one month to 3 months. This applies to a driver who exceeds the speed limit by between 25 km/hour and less than 35 km/hour.

See Excessive speed.

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