Police are still concerned drivers are not listening to the road safety message despite there being four deaths ion south-west roads in a fortnight.
On Friday a driver in Hamilton was clocked by police on a mobile radar at 102km/h in a 60 zone.
A Hamilton police spokesman said the driver lost their licence for six months and was issued with a $620 fine.
Fatal accidents have occurred near Macarthur, Noorat, Allansford and Woorndoo in the past couple of weeks.
There were also serious accidents which resulted in a bike rider at Dennington and a woman driver in her 20s on the outskirts of Hamilton being flown to Melbourne hospitals in critical conditions.
South-west police road safety adviser Senior Sergeant Chris Asenjo has said that drivers who engage in the five main road trauma contributing factors put themselves at enormous risk.
Those factors are speed, distraction, fatigue, wearing seatbelts and impaired driving (alcohol and/or drugs).
The risks are believed to be contributing factors in all the fatal deaths which have happened on south-west roads in the past couple of weeks.
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