Drivers be warned! Double demerits are in force for EIGHT DAYS this month

Drivers be warned! Double demerits are in force for EIGHT DAYS this month Double demerits in force over Easter period, April 18 to April 22 for NSW drivers  NSW drivers will cop another double demerit period over ANZAC day weekend The period applies from midnight of the start date to midnight on the finish date Police are urging drivers to take extra care each time they get behind the wheel 

By Sahar Mourad For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 22:14 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 23:11 BST, 1 April 2019

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A warning has been issued to Australian drivers with double demerits to be enforced for eight days over the Easter and Anzac Day long weekends.

Drivers breaking the law will be faced with double demerits from Thursday, April 18 to Monday 22 over the Easter period.  

They will then be in place again over for the Anzac Day holiday period — from Wednesday, April 24 to Sunday, April 28.

The double demerit points period applies from midnight of the start date to midnight on the finish date. 

Drivers breaking the law will be faced with double demerits from Thursday, April 18 to Monday 22 over the Easter period (stock)

Drivers breaking the law will be faced with double demerits from Thursday, April 18 to Monday 22 over the Easter period (stock) 

Drivers breaking the law will be faced with double demerits from Thursday, April 18 to Monday 22 over the Easter period (stock)

Drivers breaking the law will be faced with double demerits from Thursday, April 18 to Monday 22 over the Easter period (stock)

Double demerit points apply for speeding, seatbelt, motorcycle helmet and mobile phone offences during all holiday periods for drivers in New South Wales. 

An extra demerit point will apply for any other traffic offences. 

The incentive is put in place to remind drivers to take care on the road, obey road rules and comply with the traffic laws.

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