Dirty numberplates on police radar

South Australian trucking operators warned that police will be targeting dirty numberplates in the coming months

November 26, 2013

Notice has gone out to South Australian trucking operators to keep their numberplates clean, ahead of a planned police focus on dirty and illegible plates.

The South Australian Road Transport Association (SARTA) says police have contacted it to urge drivers to keep their plates shiny. SARTA says officers will be targeting trucks over the coming months.

"SARTA has received a notice this week informing all truck operators and drivers to ensure that they have a clean number plate," SARTA says.

"Trucks are getting pinged entering Adelaide for having dusty and illegible number plates, which can attract up to a $400 fine."

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