A QUARTER of Victorian drivers have been caught speeding in the past two years, and 10 per cent say they speed most or all the time.
The damning statistics have been revealed by the TAC as it launched an anti-speeding campaign today.
The TAC-commissioned study shows 26 per cent of drivers admit being caught speeding in the past two years.
Official figures show 572,380 speeding fines were handed out from fixed and mobile cameras and police officers in the six months to June this year.
Police Assistant Commissioner Ken Lay said authorities expected to dish at least one million fines this year.
The fines are expected to raise $162 million this year.
One in four Victorians caught speeding, TAC report shows | Herald Sun
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