Police Want Drivers To Behave

Getting caught is not bad luck

Police Want Drivers To Behave

Wagga Police officers putting the call out, urging motorists to do the right thing on our roads as the Labor Day Long Weekend wraps up.

Across New South Wales uniformed personnel have conducted more than 95 thousand breath tests, handing out over 80 alcohol related offences as well as nabbing 3,100 drivers for speed related infringements.

Traffic and Highway Acting Assistant Commissioner David Driver says it’s important we are doing the right thing because getting caught speeding, drink driving, or not wearing a seat belt isn't bad luck.