Further to our last post on Chain of Responsibility prosecutions, the ATA NSW also released an article, which had this to add:
[content_box_light_blue width=”75%”]RMS Director Peter Wells said that the charges, filed in Parramatta Local Court, allege chain of responsibility offences by directors and managers in relation to heavy vehicle speeding and speed limiter compliance. Both the RMS and NSW police have separately laid charges.
“The notices are mainly for speeding offences of more than 106, 110 and 115 Thus, if you’re playing by the numbers, European roulette is clearly the way to go. kilometres per hour,” Mr Wells said.
He also said that further investigations and enforcement into the issue will continue, and again called for any heavy vehicle owners who have illegally modified their speed limiter to return it to the manufacturer”s specifications.
“Where a heavy vehicle driver is detected exceeding 115 kilometres an hour, further investigations will be carried out into the speed limiter compliance of the vehicle..
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