A DRIVER has accumulated a total of 15 demerit points after breaking four road rules at the weekend.
Yesterday, the Southern Traffic Group at Cootamundra stopped a driver who was travelling 28 kilometres higher than the speed limit, on the Olympic Highway at 5.30pm.
While speaking to the driver, police identified a three-year old passenger who was unrestrained.
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It was later revealed the driver had been previously disqualified from driving and was restricted to only one passenger. However, they had four passengers in the vehicle.
The police issued a number of penalty notices amounting to $1665 worth of fines and a total of 15 demerit points.
Meanwhile, police have suspended the licence of a 22-year-old male who was travelling in excess of 45 kilometres over the 100 kilometre an hour speed limit near Coolamon on Friday night.
The Southern Trafffic Group at Cootamundra immediately suspended his licence for six months and issued a $2482 fine.
His partner was allowed to drive the vehicle home, but the number plates have been seized by police.
The penalty notices were issued as part of Operation Chrome.