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Double demerits will be in place over the entire long-weekend for all speeding, mobile phone, seatbelt and motorcycle-helmet offences.

Operation Slow Down, the State’s Labour Day weekend road safety campaign, starts after Midnight tonight (12.01am on Friday 29 September 2017), and will continue until 11.59pm on Monday 2 October 2017. Double demerits will be in place over the entire long-weekend for all speeding, mobile phone, seatbelt and motorcycle-helmet offences. Officers will be out in…

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Boost helping John get back on the road after 28 years

John Hepworth says Port Macquarie roads have changed a lot since he last had his license when he was 21-years-old. “There are a lot more people on the road driving,” he said. Mr Hepworth regained his full license two weeks ago after 28 years. He said he was diagnosed with a mental illness when he…

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Secondhand danger: Old cars increase risk for younger drivers

According to an article in the Sydney Morning Herald NSW’s youngest and most at-risk drivers are continuing to drive vehicles older than 10 years, which tests have shown may quadruple their chances of being killed or seriously injured in a crash. Around 45 per cent of those who died were driving vehicles at least 15…

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Nearly 2,200 fined for mobile phone, seatbelt or vehicle defects in one-day blitz

Officers from the NSW Traffic and Highway Patrol issued 2199 tickets for mobile phone, seatbelt, and defective vehicles in a one-day state-wide traffic operation. The infringements were issued during Operation Compliance 3 which ran on the 9th August, targeting dangerous driver behaviour. During the operation, officers continued to see people disobeying the law, with officers…

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Get your hand off it! Are you driving blind?

Research shows that being distracted when driving, such as by a mobile phone, increases the risk of a crash. Simply taking your eyes off the road for longer than two seconds, doubles the risk of a crash. At 60 km/h if you look at your phone while driving for just two seconds, you travel 33…

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