Images courtesy DRPS

$2,000 fine + more for a host of traffic violations

Some Durham drivers are back to doing what they do best – speeding.

However, this one motorist (above image) tempted fate and the eagle eyes of patrolling policemen, when the person sped past construction workers 46 kmh higher than the posted limit.

The incident took place on Harmony Road North and Conlin Road East in Oshawa, said officers of the Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS) East Division.

The driver was clocked doing 106 kmh in a posted 60 kmh construction zone with workers present.

The motorist received six demerit points, a 30-day licence suspension, a 14-day vehicle impound and a $2,000 fine for stunting.

The speeding story was the same elsewhere.

DRPS North Division offers stopped a driver for speeding 98 kmh in posted 60 kmh zone (image below) in Scugog.

“Please pay attention to the posted speed limit signs,” said the police.

North Division Traffic also participated in a Commercial Motor Vehicle enforcement blitz in Bowmanville yesterday (see image below).

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