NSW Police will target dangerous drivers over the Queen's Birthday long weekend.
From midnight Friday, Police say officers will be "out in force", specifically targeting speeding, drink and drug driving, driver fatigue, mobile phone use while driving, and helmet and other road use offences.
The weekend-long operation, named 'Stay Alert', will end at 11.59pm Monday.
Stationary RBT and roadside drug testing resumed on Wednesday with the easing of the state's restrictions imposed during the outbreak of coronavirus.
Traffic and Highway Patrol Commander, Assistant Commissioner Michael Corboy, said double demerit points will be in effect during the high-visibility operation.
"Drivers can expect to see plenty of officers out on our streets, enforcing the road rules and ensuring that all road users reach their destination safely," Assistant Commissioner Corboy said.
"And now with stationary RBT and RDT operational again alongside our mobile testing, there won't be anywhere you can hide if you've consumed alcohol or prohibited drugs.
"So slow down, put your phone away and have a Plan B if you are consuming alcohol - otherwise, you'll meet with one of our officers who will take the appropriate action."
Anyone with information about dangerous driving behaviours is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000.
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