Police have issued a warning to drivers after a speeding and suspended motorist was caught near Mortlake.
The driver was nabbed by a Terang police officers at 136km/h on Wednesday, was found to be suspended and the vehicle was impounded for a month.
The incident was in Purcells Lane near Mortlake.
Mortlake police Senior Constable Paul McLean said the driver would have to pay an impoundment fee of $1325 and faced a further fine and loss of licence.
"There is a real focus in regional areas on driving offending," he said.
"The road toll is out of control and we're doing everything we can to ensure all drivers are safe.
"There is zero telerane and if you get caught you will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law," he said.
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