Police have nabbed a teenager travelling at more than 150km/h on the Princes Highway at Falls Creek during a road blitz operation in the Shoalhaven.
The 19-year-old from Worrigee was detected shortly after 8pm on Friday, December 13 allegedly travelling more than 150km/h in a 100km/h zone on the highway.
He was issued a traffic infringement notice for excessive speed and had his licence suspended for six months.
Officers attached to the Traffic and Highway Patrol Command and South Coast Police District conducted a traffic operation in the Sanctuary Point and Bay and Basin area last Friday.
More than 90 random breath tests and 29 random drug tests were conducted, with two testing positive to illicit substances.
Twenty-five drivers were caught driving above the legal speed limit and eight people were issued with traffic infringement notices for a range of offences.
About 1.30pm a 38-year-old man from Sussex Inlet was stopped on River Road, Sussex Inlet for allegedly not wearing a seatbelt.
Inquiries showed the man was disqualified from driving until March 2020 and was wanted on an outstanding warrant.
He also tested positive in a roadside drug test and was arrested, and taken to Nowra Police Station where he was charged.
South Coast Police District Inspector Dave Cockram said while the majority of the community drive safely and obey the road rules, people are still choosing to speed and put others at risk
"We're coming into a time of year where there will be more people on our roads," Inspector Cockram said.
"Everyone has a responsibility to drive safely, stick to the speed limits and obey the road rules."