Dec 24 2018

Police are warning motorists in the south of the state, not to rely on travelling back roads to avoid detection this Christmas season.

 

The NSW Traffic and Highway Patrol Command says speeding, drink driving and drivers behind the wheel when they are tired, are the biggest killers on the road.

 

Southern Region Traffic Tactician, Chief Inspector, Greg Lynch says back roads in rural areas will be the main target for random breath testing.

 

Chief Inspector Lynch says police will target feeder roads which connect major arterials such as  the Hume and Princes Highways.  

 

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