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Police encourage patience as travellers hit NSW roads over long weekend | Southern Highland News

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Police are encouraging motorists to be patient over the long weekend, with roads across the state expected to be busy with travellers. Officers will be stationed across NSW for Operation Queen’s Birthday 2021 between 12am on Friday, June 11 and midnight Monday, June 14. Double demerit points will again be in force for speeding, mobile phone, seatbelt and motorcycle/helmet offences. Police will also continue to target the Four Ds (Drink, Drug, Dangerous and Distracted driving) and are encouraging road users to report these offences.Operation Commander Superintendent Stephen Hegarty said police are expecting roads to be busy with people travelling across NSW for the long weekend. READ ALSO: NSW hospitality voucher scheme…



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