A Canberra teen is to face a NSW court after being caught allegedly driving at nearly double the speed limit on the Hume Highway at Goulburn.
The 19-year-old Bruce man’s Holden Commodore utility was allegedly clocked at 197km/h in a 110km/h by police officers from the Goulburn Highway Patrol.
When he was pulled over, police allegedly found the driver’s NSW Provisional (P2) Licence was already suspended.
The teen was issued a Field Court Attendance Notice for drive speed dangerous and drive while suspended, and is due to appear in Goulburn Local Court on September 5.
Goulburn Local Area Command Duty Officer Evan Quarmby said speeding drivers were still over represented in crashes that killed or injured people on NSW roads.
“The dangers of travelling at excessively high speed on our roads have been well documented,” he said.
“Travelling well above the speed limit makes it harder to control and stop your vehicle if you have to respond to an unexpected hazard on the road.”
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