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Ute driver is hit with a massive $2482 fine and loses his licence after breaking one road rule 

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Ute driver, 26, is hit with a massive $2482 fine and loses his licence on the spot after breaking just one road rule

  •  The South Australian man was fined for driving 50km/h over the speed limit
  •  The 26-year-old was pulled over in Parkes, central west NSW on Friday 
  •  He was also given six demerit points and lost his license for six months

 A ute driver has lost his licence and been hit with a massive $2482 fine – after being caught driving more than 50km/h over the speed limit. 

New South Wales Police pulled over a 26-year-old man after he was clocked doing 111km/h in a 60km/h zone on Friday afternoon. 

The South Australian man was driving in the central west region of NSW, on the Newell Highway in Parkes, 9News reported.

Pictured: Police pulled over a ute in Parkes NSW for speeding 50km/h over the limit 

Police issued an infringement notice for going over the speed limit by more than 45km/h.

The 26-year-old was given a $2482 fine, six demerit points and his licence was suspended for six months.

Fines for high-range speeding offenses in each state RANKED

NSW: $2482

QLD: $1245 

WA: $1200 

SA: $920 

TAS: $714   

VIC: $702 

NT: $600


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