Munruben driver's licence suspended after speeding 90km/h over limit on Mount Lindesay Highway

A 25-year-old Munruben man had an unlucky April 13 when he was caught speeding 90km/h over the limit on the Mount Lindesay Highway.

SPEEDING: A 25-year-old Munruben man was caught speeding 170km/h on the Mount Lindesay Highway.

SPEEDING: A 25-year-old Munruben man was caught speeding 170km/h on the Mount Lindesay Highway.

Police allege the driver was speeding 170km/h in an 80 zone along the Park Ridge section of the highway on Saturday at 6.35pm.

Senior Constable Jenny Wallis said the driver was travelling more than double the 40km/h threshold for high-range speeding.

The driver's licence has been automatically suspended for six months.

He was fined $1218 and issued eight demerit points.

Senior Constable Wallis called on drivers to make every effort not to speed during the Easter period.

If you have information which can assist police contact Policelink 131 444 or Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.

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