So I got a nice letter in the post today from the Victoria Police. :evil: Apparently, on the 16th December, I was doing 109kmh on the Great Ocean Road "between 260 km post and 264 km post" whatever that means. They hit me up with 1 Demerit point and a $138 fine. :evil: :evil: :evil: So what the hell does "between 260 km post and 264 km post" mean? Do they have markers there that figure out your average speed over a given distance or something? Apparently I was detected at 109kmh but they "allege" a speed 3% less, so I actually got booked for 105kmh in a 100kmh zone. Presumably this is to allow for minor differences in speedos. I'm from NSW, so this is all a bit weird for me. I thought I'd got away with my jaunt through VIC, but apparently not.