If you're going to be out and about on the roads in the coming holiday period, keep in mind it's double demerits.
The Riverina Police District reminded motorists in NSW and the ACT that double demerits will be in place for eight days during this month's Easter and ANZAC Day holiday period.
Double demerits will start on April 18 and run to April 22.
Then there will be a one day break before they start again on April 24 and run through to April 28, inclusive.
The period applies from midnight of the start date to midnight on the finish date, meaning this month there will be a total of eight days where double demerit penalties will be in place.
Double demerit points apply for speeding, seatbelt, motorcycle helmet and mobile phone offences.
Drivers caught using their phones during a double demerit period can expect to be hit with the fine as well as up to 10 demerits.
Additional police vehicles will be out patrolling the streets of the Riverina Police District.
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