POLICE have caught two Melbourne drivers speeding on Loddon Roads in separate incidents.
One was travelling more than 70 kilometres per hour over the speed limit.
Police caught a driver travelling at 172 kilometres per hour in a 100 kilometre zone on the Calder Highway near Wedderburn on August 13.
The probationary driver was a 20-year-old from Glenroy, Melbourne, travelling in a work vehicle.
The man claimed he thought it was a 110 kilometre per hour zone.
He was fined $826 and had his licence suspended for 12 months.
On August 12, police intercepted a driver travelling at 135 kilometres per hour in a 100 zone, towing a trailer.
The driver was travelling on the Bridgewater Serpentine Road in Salisbury West.
The Berwick male was issued with a fine of $537 and his licence was suspended for three months.
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