Three people have received large fines after police detected them speeding on Eyre Highway in recent days.
Police conducting mobile radar duties on the highway at Yalata just after 4pm on Sunday, March 15, detected a Toyota station wagon travelling at 138 kilometres per hour in a 110km/h speed zone.
A 23-year-old man from Western Australia was stopped and issued an expiation notice for exceeding the speed limit which totalled $870, while also receiving five demerit points.
Then, just before 4.30pm that same day, a patrol undertaking mobile radar duties at Coorabie detected a vehicle travelling at 155km/h in a 110km/h zone.
The driver, a 38-year-old man from Germany, was stopped and was issued an expiation notice of $1718 for excessive speed.
He was also issued with a six-month instant loss of licence notice.
Meanwhile, patrols detected a speeding vehicle heading east on Eyre Highway at Yalata at about 1.50pm on Tuesday, March 24.
The car was detected travelling at 157km/h in a 110km/h zone.
A 44-year-old New South Wales man was issued with a $1718 fine and issued with a six-month instant loss of licence notice.