A Brisbane woman says she was shocked to receive a $1,245 fine for allegedly speeding at nearly double the limit because it was not her vehicle that was caught on camera.
- People who use fake plates risk a $320 fine, while producing clones carries a fine of up to $5,000
- Police told a woman who suspects her plates were cloned that the culprit likely used vinyl to make the “duplicate”
- She must now keep a copy of the police report handy in case she is pulled over
Jacinta Hincks has told ABC Radio Brisbane that she suspects someone using duplicated registration plates led to her receiving the infringement notice for speeding at 110 kilometres per hour in a 60kph zone.
A Transport and Main Roads (TMR) spokesperson said if vehicles had…