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Double Demerits - Think Twice

Source: Transport for NSW Centre for Road Safety
Archived 11 Jun 2017 - Posted: 13 Apr 2017
Transport for NSW in association with NSW Police have developed the ‘Double Demerits - Think Twice' road safety campaign to encourage safer driving on our roads.

Double demerits will be in force over the Easter long weekend, as well as the weekend leading up to Anzac Day.

As both these holidays coincide with NSW School Holidays these periods are expected to be exceptionally busy.

The Think Twice campaign reminds drivers and riders that during double demerit periods the consequences for breaking the road rules will be even more severe.

The double demerit point scheme will apply to offences relating to:

  • Speeding
  • Illegal use of mobile phones
  • Seatbelts
  • Riding without a helmet

Double demerit points will be in force from:

  • 13 April to 17 April 2017 (Easter weekend)
  • 21 April to 25 April 2017 (Anzac weekend)

This article archived 11 Jun 2017

 
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