Police are urging drivers to slow down after an alleged high range speed offence.
Police are urging drivers to slow down after an alleged high range speed offence. Zach Hogg BUNSPE

P-plate driver recorded speeding at 40kmh above speed limit

A TEENAGE provisional driver has been clocked speeding more than 40kmh above the speed limit.

The 17-year-old man from Booie was intercepted by police about 3.45pm on Sunday along Branyan Rd after allegedly travelling at 101kmh in a 60kmh.

The teenagers faces the lost of eight demerit points and six months drivers licence suspension if convicted.



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