Wagga police are urging drivers and revellers to stay safe this weekend.
Operation Tortoise, the state's Easter long-weekend road safety operation, will start at 12.01am on Thursday and will run until 11.59am on Monday.
Inspector Peter McLay said police across NSW will be targeting all speeding, mobile phone, seatbelt and motorcycle/helmet offences, which will attract double demerit points.
"Extra police will be out...particularly RBTs," he said.
"We encourage people to drive safely over the Easter weekend and it is a time when we see extra people on the roads."
Inspector McLay said drivers should make sure to have adequate rest breaks and those who will be drinking need to have a Plan B.
Operation Pariac will also run this Saturday to target alcohol-related crime.
"It will run from 6pm on Saturday night to 6am Sunday morning," he said.
"There will be extra police out and around licensed premises and targeting anti-social behaviour."
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