Two drivers have had their cars clamped and seized after two separate incidents, just 30 minutes apart, on the Bass Highway on Sunday.
Tasmania Police detected a white 2010 Subaru Impreza travelling at 123km/h in a 60 zone on the Bass Highway at the Heybridge roundabout about midday.
The drive was issued with a $937 fine, six demerit points and a four-month suspension. The vehicle has been clamped for 28 days.
About 12.30pm police used road spikes to stop a speeding blue Holden Commodore at Latrobe.
The vehicle had initially been detected travelling more than 30km/h over the limit.
Eventually being stopped at Sassafras, the alleged driver was then taken into custody and charged with aggravated evade, reckless driving, failing to comply with drivers licence conditions and returning a failed roadside drug test.
The Western Road Safety Task Force said Tasmania Police take road safety seriously and wished to remind the motoring public they can be anywhere at any time.
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