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P-plate speeder nabbed on Nagambie bypass

A P-plate driver has had his licence suspended after being clocked driving at more than 30km/h above the speed limit on the Nagambie bypass.

February 24, 2014 4:33am

A P-plate driver will be off the road for a month after being clocked driving at more than 30km/h above the speed limit on Saturday.

Nagambie police Constable Michael Gridley said police detected a Hyundai Getz bearing red P-plates speeding along the Nagambie bypass at 141km/h about 10.45am.

Police issued the driver, a Melbourne man, 18, with a penalty notice and an automatic one-month licence suspension.

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