A learner driver has been issued with multiple infringement notices after being pulled over by police on the Pacific Highway, Nabiac on the evening of Saturday, June 27.
The officers from the Forster Highway Patrol were parked when they clocked the northbound VW Polo travelling at 170km/h in a 100km/hour speed zone.
The driver seemed to be oblivious to the police vehicle, continuing to travel in the right-hand lane.
Police eventually managed to signal to the 18-year-old woman to stop.
The teenage learner driver did not have a licensed driver beside her and was not displaying L plates as required.
She was issued with a licence suspension notice for six months, infringement notices for learner exceed speed over 45 km/h, unaccompanied learner, not display L plates and not keep left with speed limit over 80 km/h.
Earlier in the day highway patrol officers detected a northbound vehicle travelling along the Pacific Highway at Coolongolook at 154km/h in a 100km/h speed zone.
The 34-year-old man was issued with a traffic infringement notice for exceeding the speed limit by more than 45km/h, given a $2482 fine, lost six points and had his NSW drivers licence suspended for six months.
The vehicle, which was carrying another four adult passengers, was a hire car.
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