This just in on news.com.au "A 44-YEAR-OLD man has been charged in Western Australia with speeding through a 40km/h Southern River school zone at more than 100km/h. Police charged Gosnells resident Wayne Ruka, 44, after allegedly catching him speeding at 101km/h, more than twice the speed limit through a school zone yesterday morning. Police were on patrol in the school zone area on Southern River Rd just before 8am (WST) when it will be alleged that the man drove a Nissan Murano through the school speed zone. Police managed to stop the man in Huntingdale where they seized his car for 28 days under WA's hoon legislation. Ruka, who turned 44 the day before the alleged incident, has been charged with reckless driving and will appear in the Armadale Magistrates Court on July 8." Now, he probably deserved to be booked anyway because the normal limit would have been 60, BUT, note that the article says..."JUST BEFORE 8am". So, unless the WA school zones times are different to NSW (8-9:30), then this is another case of over-zealous policing. I make it a practice, even though both the bike and the car have a clock, to always start observing the school zone limits about 5 minutes before and 5 minutes after in the afternoon.