A boy has been fined and lost 6 points for doing 140km/h on the Wide Bay Highway.
A boy has been fined and lost 6 points for doing 140km/h on the Wide Bay Highway.

17yo clocked at 140km/h on Gympie region road

ON MAY 22, a driver displaying P1 plates on his Mitsubishi Mirage was observed by police driving along the Wide Bay Highway, Lower Wonga at considerable speed.

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Police allege the 17-year-old Kuluin boy was detected travelling at 140km/h in a 100km/h zone.

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The boy was fined $622 and lost six demerit points. As the driver held a provisional licence, this resulted in him having to choose between a suspended licence or a good driving behaviour period.

It is worth looking at the bigger picture when making decisions, good or bad as it can save you in the long run

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